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References to a Raspberry Pi 3 dives with FCC approval authority
A new model seems to arrive in the raspberry-series of motherboards. References to a Raspberry Pi Model B 3 are in fact found at the FCC. One of the novelties seems to have built-in support for WiFi and Bluetooth.
A test report appeared to stand on the site of the FCC, the US body which is responsible for testing of electronics. The British organization responsible for the Raspberry Pi would not comment opposite The Register on the discovery, so not all the details are clear. However, it seems that the creators of the Raspberry Pi 3 will feature support for WiFi and Bluetooth low power, something that is not yet found on previous models.
Because there are published photos of the motherboard is much about the hardware already clear. It seems once again used to be a Broadcom soc, like the Raspberry Pi 2 also was the case. In addition, an HDMI port, Ethernet port and the necessary USB ports available, and there is a 40-pin I / O port.
Now most of the details are on the street is likely that the Raspberry Pi 3 will soon be announced. Late last year came the organization behind the popular motherboards cost even with the Raspberry Pi Zero, which is only five dollars.Viewing:-183
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