Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 with PCIe/NVMe Support, to be Released in 2021.
The launch of every new revision/version of Raspberry Pi Board has always been followed with the release of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module based on that version. Things will not be different with the recently released Raspberry Pi 4, as the CEO of Raspberry Pi Trading, Eben Upton, in a...Continue Reading
Raspberry Pi 4 gets a major price cut and a USB-C upgrade
Raspberry Pi Foundation is responsible for the arrays of Raspberry Pis SBCs that have flawed the single board computer market and the launch of the Raspberry Pi 4 last year, shows the continuing growth for the Raspberry Pis and doesn't seem to back down anytime soon. The first...Continue Reading
Introducing ROCK Pi SATA HATs
Radxa is very happy to announce the ROCK Pi SATA HAT, a series of SATA expansion targeting at the NAS solution for Raspberry Pi 4 and ROCK Pi 4. The ROCK Pi SATA HATs come in 3 models: Dual/Quad SATA HAT Penta SATA HAT The Dual/Quad SATA HAT is designed for Raspberry Pi 4 as...Continue Reading
PiCAN3 CAN Bus HAT for Raspberry Pi 4 with 3A Power Supply And Real-Time Clock
Copperhill Technologies announced the release of its PiCAN3 CAN-Bus Board for the Raspberry Pi 4, adding Controller Area Network capabilities plus a real-time clock to the new Raspberry CPU. The PiCAN3 board with SMPS (Switch Mode Power Supply) provides CAN-Bus capabilities for the...Continue Reading
Raspberry Pi 4 – A Look Under the Hood and How to Make most of it
The Raspberry Pi 4 was announced a while back and it surpassed the expectations of many, with many new features from its dual-core, Cortex-A-72 processor at 1.5GHz to the modern communication ports among several other upgrades. We published an announcement about it a few weeks ago but...Continue Reading
Do You Need to Use a Fan for Cooling with the New Raspberry Pi 4?
Alasdair Allan @ blog.hackster.io explores this question in details. Every time a new Raspberry Pi is released there are mutterings about the thermal control of the new board. But this time, it looks like it might well be necessary to add some passive, or even active, cooling to the...Continue Reading
Benchmarking the Raspberry Pi 4
Gareth Halfacree @ medium.com writes: Last year’s release of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ marked the end of an era: the next board, Raspberry Pi Foundation co-founder Eben Upton promised at the time, would be something dramatically different. Now, a surprisingly short time later,...Continue Reading
MaxLinear PMIC Powers the new Raspberry Pi 4
MaxLinear, Inc. announced that Raspberry Pi has selected the MxL7704 Universal PMIC to power its latest single-board computer, the Raspberry Pi 4. The MxL7704 is a five output universal PMIC optimized for powering low power FPGAs, DSPs, and microprocessors from 5V inputs. MaxLinear...Continue Reading