Updated Raspberry Pi 3 Model B + released

Today, the line of one of the most popular single-board computers has replenished with an updated model - Raspberry Pi 3 Model B +:

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The changes regarding the Raspberry Pi 3 are small, the most significant (in my opinion) highlighted in bold:
- Updated SoC Broadcom BCM2837B0, Cortex-A53 (ARMv8) 64-bit @ 1.4GHz
- Built-in Wi-Fi 2.4GHz and 5GHz IEEE 802.11.b / g / n / ac
- Bluetooth 4.2, BLE
- Gigabit Ethernet (again through USB 2.0, promise up to 300 Mb / s)
- Power-over-Ethernet support (using a separate PoE HAT module)



The form factor and price ($ 35) remained the same.

Sources: one and two .

update: added polls:

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Do you use Rapsberry Pi and for what?

  • 28.0% I use as a media player 130
  • 34.4% I use in the field of IOT (controller / smart home server / etc.) 160
  • 8.2% I use to control a quadrocopter / robot / CNC machine / 3D printer / etc. 38
  • 33.1% I use to learn Linux / programming / etc. 154
  • 11.6% I use as NAS 54
  • 12.5% Use for something else (write in the comments) 58
  • 13.8% I do not use or plan 64
  • 5.8% What is a Rapsberri Pi? 27

What would you like from Rasperry Pi ++

  • 40.4% Hardware SATA 216
  • 59.0% At least 2GB of memory (4 is better) 315
  • 37.6% USB 3.0 201
  • 15.0% GPU with support for OpenGL ES 3 80
  • 37.3% Real Gigabit Ethernet (not via USB / SPI, etc.) 199
  • 15.4% Multiple Ethernet Interfaces 82
  • 16.1% Built-in flash 86
  • 22.3% More productive GPU 119
  • 23.6% H265 126
  • 3.2% Nothing is necessary and so everything is super 17
  • 5.8% Nothing, better "bury the stewardess" 31