You’ve probably seen Raspberry Pi’s iconic blue “B” logo, or even a tiny little Raspberry Pi with a sticker on it.
And that’s just what you can get with this $2 Raspberry Pi 1, the latest version of the Raspberry Pi that comes with an HDMI port and an ARM Cortex M3 processor.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation also announced that the Raspberry PI 2 has been updated with an 8-core ARM Cortex A53 processor.
This gives the Pi 2 a 3.5GHz ARM Cortex-A53 quad-core processor and a 512MB of RAM.
There’s also a 256MB RAM version, with a 512-byte NAND flash memory, as well as a USB 2.0 port for charging.
The new Raspberry Pi models come with a host of accessories, including a GPIO header, HDMI connector, a USB-C port, an Ethernet adapter, and a power adapter.
The Pi 2 is also supported with an ARM Mali T720 GPU.
You can get an Ethernet cable for $5.99, as the Pi 1 only supports HDMI.
The Raspberry Pi foundation also announced a $3.99 package for the Pi Zero that includes a Raspberry Pi, a battery, a GPIO connector, and an Ethernet cord.
There are also three Raspberry Pi boards: the Pi Pi Zero, Pi Zero Plus, and Pi Zero.
The only real difference is that the Pi S model ships with an external Ethernet adapter instead of an HDMI one.
The Pi Zero comes with 8GB of RAM and a 64GB SSD, as usual.
The new Pi 2 also comes with 32GB of memory and a 256GB SSD.
The base price of the Pi model is $35, but the Pi Plus model comes with a $25 upgrade, which includes a 512GB SSD and a USB 3.1 Type-C connector.