Raspberry Pi comes with smaller and more economical Model A +




The foundation behind the small Raspberry Pi computer has Model A + announced. The A + sign is more compact than the A and B models. The minicomputer would also consume less power and the sign uses micro sd cards.

The soc, a 700MHz BCM2835 from Broadcom, and 256MB of RAM are in the A + remained unchanged compared to Model A. There is still only one USB connection available. The Raspberry Pi Foundation are able to make the sign more compact; The minicomputer is 65mm long by 86mm compared to the old model. Also, the sign according to the makers 42 percent thinner.

According to the makers of the new design also reduced power consumption. A + would an hdmi connected monitor and a USB keyboard only consume 200mA across 370MA for B + sign.

Compared to the old design makes the A + use of micro SD cards. There are fourteen additional gpio-pin present to bring the total to forty pins. Existing hardware extensions remain compatible with the sign. The Raspberry Pi Model A + costs $ 20, converted 15 euro.


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