The New Design Of Raspberry PI And its Features

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What is RASPBERRY PI with respect to a computer? What are the new features in the new Raspberry Pi? How is it better than the older version?

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The New Design Of Raspberry PI And its Features

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A Raspberry Pi is a series of small board computers which has the shape and size of a credit card.  The newest version of the Raspberry Pi is RASPBERRY PI 3. Its features are that it provides a RAM size of 1GB and a MicroSD slot, same as Raspberry Pi 2. The Operating System is same as that of the previous two versions. The better feature of this is that it works on 1200 MHz Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53. Also, it has better version of Graphics than the previous model which runs at higher clock frequencies.

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The New Design Of Raspberry PI And its Features

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A Raspberry Pi is a low-cost computer which is the size of a credit card. It plugs into a computer monitor or a TV and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. It is a competent small device that permits people of all ages to explore computing and learn how to program using programming languages like Python and Scratch.

It is able to do everything that you would expect a normal computer can do like browsing the internet, playing HD video, playing games, creating spreadsheets, and word-processing. The latest version or model is Raspberry Pi 2 Model B. It is the second generation Raspberry Pi which substituted the original Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+ in February 2015.

It has a 900 MHz Quad Core ARM Cortex-A7 CPU and 1 GB RAM. The Raspberry Pi 2 Model B and Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+ both have the same components as follows:

  • * 4 USB ports
  • * 40 GPIO pins
  • * Full HDMI port
  • * Ethernet port
  • * Combined composite video and 3.5mm audio jack
  • * Camera interface (CSI)
  • * Display interface (DSI)
  • * MicroSD card slot
  • * VideoCore IV 3D graphics core

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