Trick or (the ultimate) treat!

I’ll keep today’s blog post short and sweet, because Liz, Helen, and I are all still under the weather.

Raspberry Pi 4!

Don’t tell Eben, Liz, or the rest of the team I showed you this, but here’s your Halloween ‘trick or treat’ gift: an exclusive sneak peek at the Raspberry Pi 4.

We’ll be back to our regularly scheduled programming from tomorrow.

40 comments

Rob Zwetsloot

Wow! Amazing!

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Looks great, but I’m never gonna give up my Raspberry Pi 3 :)
Hope you all feel better soon.

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Aprils fool early this year?

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I only just bought a Pi 3!!

The specs of the 4 look great, pre-ordering now!

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Bravo! Nothing else can be said.

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I only just bought a Pi 3…

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Well played

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Made me cry…

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Rude. Got my hopes up. :'(

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This is what I want!

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Naughty one!

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You want bananas in your tailpipe, because that’s how you get bananas in your tailpipe.

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I think you have mixed up 1st April and 31st October. I think you lot have been hitting the night nurse too hard.

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Programmers always get Halloween and Christmas mixed up. It’s because Dec 25 is the same as Oct 31! ;o)

Cheers,
Norm.

Alex Bate

If this is what we do as a Halloween trick, imagine what we have planned for April Fools.

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I suspected as much.

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got me

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Nice…

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Amazing!

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OK… I feel foolish… I can’t believe I just got ‘Rick Rolled’… from a sick person!

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That is one good looking Pi, though a little young :-)

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All future boot screens should have this playing every halloween/april fools.

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Ive been Rick Rolled!

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And I had a treat all lined up but I got tricked.
No treat for you folks!! :P

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It’s true, 4.0 is on its way

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i hate you so much,
don’t play with my feelings.

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Several other single board computers such as the Rock64 and ODROID-XU4 already ship with USB-3 and PCIe.

Raspberry Pi better not fall too far behind!

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Rude

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Not cool

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you guys rock!!!

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It seems that it is a new SoC protoype based on Cortex-A76 that the Apple A12X is dwarfed by it. Coreboot is not completely working but definitely promising. USB-C! Yes USB-C connectors! And there are more than one! If you get the Voltage right, theoretically you can use only one power supply to power up a USB-C daisy-chain of up to three Pi 4’s. The physical layout seems to support stacking in mind. That is to say, if Hank Pym wants to upgrade his mobile lab, a stack of Pi 4 could be good choice.

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Still have to buy my first Pi 3+…

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That was… ghastly! Well executed.

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I hate you

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That’s three minutes of my life that I’ll never get back . . .

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Dam you, I been waiting for the Pi 4 for a while, and you got my hopes up for nothing.

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I wish raspberry pi had more processing power.

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I just wanna tell you how I’m feeling(just two month whit mine and in love), I never (until a new one comes out) give my raspberry π.
Good one.

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This response just goes to show how hungry folks are for P4 (with a lot more RAM).

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The ultimate Single Board Computer SBC – the Raspberry Pi 4:
– M.2 Slot with NVMe support
– DDR4 laptop memory socket
– Eight core RISC V CPU with intergrated AMD Vega Graphics
– 10 Gigabit Eternet
Arriving 2021.
:D

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