The Raspberry Pi is about to turn eight, having officially launched on February 29, 2012. To celebrate, the Raspberry Pi foundation is permanently lowering the price of a 2GB Raspberry Pi 4 B to $35, down from its usual list price of $45.The latest and greatest version of the popular single board computer, the Raspberry Pi 4 B is available with three different memory capacities: 1GB, 2GB and 4GB. The 4GB model continues to cost $55, while the 1GB model is effectively discontinued, though the foundation will still manufacture that capacity and sell it to industrial clients for the same $35 as its higher-capacity sibling.What you need to know about the Raspberry PiNews: Raspberry Pi 4 Revision Fixes USB-C CompatibilityIn a blog post on the Raspberry Pi foundation website, CEO and Founder Eben Upton credited lower RAM prices with the decreased cost. Upton also noted that the $35 price point is the same as the original Raspberry Pi which launched in 2012. When you consider that, due to inflation, $35 from 2012 is equivalent to $40 in 2020, the price of a Pi has gone down.Today’s Raspberry Pi 4 is also 40 times faster than the original model from 2012,… Read full this story
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