Sempre piu` piccoli, sempre piu` potenti

Franco Marchesini franco.marchesini a
Ven 2 Set 2011 15:24:44 CEST


The alpha board is significantly larger than the final product will
be, but as testament to just how small this thing is even scaled up,
the alpha version is about the size of 3 credit cards. The final
version will be credit-card sized.

As Eben Upton, director of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, states in the
video, after having the board a mere 8 hours the team had a version of
Linux running on it. The final board will run a 700MHz ARM11
processor, have 128MB or 256MB RAM depending on whether you purchase
Model A ($25) or B ($35), is OpenGL ES 2.0 compatible, and outputs at
1080p. Storage is on the back of the board through an SD card slot,
and there’s ample ports for connectivity and audio/video output.

2011/9/2 Riccardo Torrini <riccardo a>:
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