|Screen Size||60 inches|
|Wireless Type||802.11 B/G|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||4|
Raspberry PI 3 Model B 1.2GHz 64-bit quad-core ARMv8 CPU, 1GB RAM
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- 1.2GHz 64-bit quad-core ARMv8 CPU, 1 GB RAM
- 802.11n Wireless LAN, 10/100Mbps Lan Speed
- Bluetooth 4.1, Bluetooth Low Energy
- 4 USB ports, 40 GPIO pins, Full HDMI port, Combined 3.5mm audio jack and composite video
- Camera interface (CSI),Display interface (DSI), Micro SD card slot (now push-pull rather than push-push), VideoCore IV 3D graphics core
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Built on the latest Broadcom 2837 ARMv8 64 bit processor the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B is faster and more powerful than its predecessors. It has improved power management to support more powerful external USB devices and now comes with built-in wireless and Bluetooth connectivity. To take full advantage of the improved power management on the Raspberry Pi 3 and provide support for even more powerful devices on the USB ports, a 2.5A adapter is required. Technical Specifications: - Broadcom BCM2837 64bit ARMv8 QUAD Core 64bit Processor powered Single Board Computer running at 1.2GHz - 1GB RAM - BCM43143 WiFi on board - Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) on board - 40pin extended GPIO - 4 x USB2 ports - 4 pole Stereo output and Composite video port - Full size HDMI - CSI camera port for connecting the Raspberry Pi camera - DSI display port for connecting the Raspberry Pi touch screen display - MicroSD port for loading your operating system and storing data - Upgraded switched Micro USB power source (now supports up to 2.5 Amps) This product is made under license in both China and the U.K. Please see the product packaging.
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The performance is amazing on this tiny thing!
I am not commenting on the price by this seller. Yes it's over MSRP, but that's the price for getting it overnight vs standing in line and not getting one because it's sold out. This is just a review of the product itself.
The measurements are identical to the Raspberry Pi 2, which is great since all of your accessories will work perfectly. The RPi 3 includes the same 40-pin GPIO header which allows for extensions into the real world. Blinking lights, motors, talking robots, etc. Same CSI and DSI interfaces to enable camera and display modules.
Same as RPi 2, it includes an HDMI out to view on a TV or computer monitor. But it can easily be set up as headless (no display).
The 802.11a/g/n is provided by the BCM43438 chip, which also provides Bluetooth 4.1 capability.
IMPORTANT! Keep in mind to get things running you’ll three things 1) a microSD card (8GB or larger; class 10) 2) a computer to flash the linux operating system into the microSD 3) a USB keyboard+mouse 4) 2amp micro USB power supply.
Performance is killer on this thing. Booting is incredibly fast and I can’t wait to overclock this little desert. It runs at 1.2GHz (64-bit quad-core ARM Cortex A53). It boots faster, it runs faster, it responds faster.
With the integrated WiFi + Bluetooth, you no longer need a USB hub for all your devices. A bluetooth keyboard/mouse will not take RPi 3’s precious USB ports. You’ll have them open for any peripheral you wish, hard drives, microphones, printers, etc.
Quality of build
Easy of use (assuming you’re techie)
WiFi + BLE support
Much faster processing
The wishful thinking Wish the micro SD card was spring loaded
Wish it had more on-board LEDs for debugging.
We got a DS216play to do DLNA transcoding when attempting to stream non-h264 content. Offloads the heavy lifting that the Pi wouldn't be able to do on it's own. Super cool.
Just a heads up because this bit us and took a day or two to figure out. If you install Raspbian, the Chromium installation will come with a plugin called "h264ify". Do not uninstall that! The Pi has hardware accelerated h264 decoding, however Youtube by default streams VP8/VP9. That plugin tells Youtube to stream h264 instead. When I uninstalled the plugin (I didn't know why it was there), videos were nearly unwatchable they were so slow and choppy. Learn from my mistake. I thought the stuff I did in raspi-config was the culprit, but that wasn't the case after reimaging the card a few times.
Keep in mind that to use it you need a micro SD card, an adapter, and an HDMI cable. A wireless or usb keyboard is highly recommended for setup, too.
Overall, it's a great device, but if your primary use is Kodi, I would suggest looking at some other devices that have hardware support for the x265 codec.