[Lab] raspberry pi 3 released
arnold.jason at gmail.com
Fri Mar 4 14:20:18 EST 2016
There's a barebones version of the Pi 1 called the Compute Module that can
be attached like a processor card into a dev board. They didn't do a
version for Rev 2, but there's talk it'll be back for Rev 3. It breaks out
a lot more pins than the typical form factor and can have eMMC attached:
Le 4 mars 2016 11:55 AM, "Henri Kuschkowitz" <henri.kuschkowitz at gmail.com>
a écrit :
> I just bought a couple pi3s two days ago from element14... Oh well
> Cheers guys,
> On Fri, Mar 4, 2016 at 10:35 AM -0800, "Toby Murray" <
> murray.toby at gmail.com> wrote:
> I wasn't aware of the Odroid-C2 - that looks very interesting! I was
>> looking at the Pi 3 this morning, more for performance than wifi/bluetooth,
>> but stock seems to be low and I don't really want to shop in the US.
>> Hardkernel's Canadian distributor is appears to be here:
>> http://www.ca.diigiit.com/brands/brand-odroid/odroid-c2 - 76$ (damn
>> exchange rate). Still, an extremely impressive offering - I like doubling
>> up the RAM in particular. I think I'm sold!
>> What's the deal with eMMC? The "related product
>> <http://www.ca.diigiit.com/odroid-c2-emmc-module>" on their page is a
>> 50$ 8GB module, which seems pretty expensive. Are there better sources for
>> these modules? Does anyone have any personal experience with the modules
>> sold by hardkernel vs. a reputable SD card (e.g. Samsung PRO+
>> <http://www.samsung.com/us/computer/memory-storage/MB-SD64D/AM>)? I've
>> only ever used SD (and microSD) cards for adding on storage, so the eMMC
>> module is a twist for me.
>> On Fri, Mar 4, 2016 at 12:24 PM, Justin Hornosty <jjrh70 at gmail.com>
>>> Peter Sjoberg writes:
>>> > did you see that raspberry pi 3 is now released, now with faster cpu,
>>> > wifi and bluetooth but still $35us
>>> > https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/raspberry-pi-3-on-sale/
>>> > and I just bought a rpi2...
>>> Yup. While reading some comments about it lot of people were talking
>>> about the 'Hardkernel' ODROID-C2.
>>> $40 (so $5 more than the RPI3) but the specs knock the RPI3 out of the
>>> Gigabit ethernet, eMMC (guess this is a addon piece you can get it's not
>>> like the beaglebone where it's on the board - still a
>>> big upgrade from SD cards - which it does support) IR receiver, ADC gpio
>>> pins, 2gb ram. Also android support which is pretty cool.
>>> Their other more expensive board ODROID-XU4 ($75) is very very nice with
>>> a barrel power connector and 2 USB 3.0 ports. It's also a far more sane
>>> design in regards to where connectors are.
>>> I guess main thing the RPI has going for it is the wifi, bluetooth
>>> and obviously the massive community support and mindshare.
>>> Lot of choices these days that's for sure.
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