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Raspberry Pi 2 Starter Kit Second Generation 1GB RAM Quad-Core ARM Cortex at Currys Ebay - £34.99

£34.99 @ eBay
Specification Type: Raspberry Pi 2 starter kit Processor: ARM Cortex Processor, Quad-core Memory (RAM): 1 GB Storagemicro: SD card Ethernet: Yes USB: USB 2.0 x 4 V… Read More
mcseguy Avatar
10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
Specification

Type: Raspberry Pi 2 starter kit
Processor: ARM Cortex Processor, Quad-core
Memory (RAM): 1 GB
Storagemicro: SD card
Ethernet: Yes
USB: USB 2.0 x 4
Video interface: HDMI x 1
Audio interface: 3.5 mm jack
Memory card reader: SD card reader
Box contents: Raspberry Pi 2 B Board, Case, Power cable, HDMI cable, Ethernet cable, SD card
Dimensions: 110 x 145 x 237 mm (H x W x D)
Weight: 420 g
Product Code: 148983
mcseguy Avatar
10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
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Id go for a pi3 kit, not much more expensive, worthwhile performance/hardware gains, unless that is irrelevant for what you will be using ot for.
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dt_matthews
Id go for a pi3 kit, not much more expensive, worthwhile performance/hardware gains, unless that is irrelevant for what you will be using ot for.

Agreed. You get Wi-Fi and BT4 included and, if overclocked, can play HEVC files fine apparently compared to the Pi 2.
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M0nk3h
an play HEVC files fine apparently compared to the Pi 2.

Got a source for this? I've read otherwise on the osmc forums
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New2Deals
M0nk3h
an play HEVC files fine apparently compared to the Pi 2.
Got a source for this? I've read otherwise on the osmc forums

Sure. Although it's no official source, it's on the official Kodi forums. Not tried it myself but seen some results. Hit and miss I think.

http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?pid=2295012

Post 8 describes no issues with playing 720p HEVC content but 1080p HEVC apparently struggles.

Post 10 describes that they play fine after the start and provides the settings he uses for overclocking.

A post on OSMC suggests after OClocking too, they were able to play HEVC.

https://discourse.osmc.tv/t/pi-3-h265-playback-experience/14439/3
#5
M0nk3h
New2Deals
M0nk3h
an play HEVC files fine apparently compared to the Pi 2.
Got a source for this? I've read otherwise on the osmc forums
Sure. Although it's no official source, it's on the official Kodi forums. Not tried it myself but seen some results. Hit and miss I think.http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?pid=2295012
Post 8 describes no issues with playing 720p HEVC content but 1080p HEVC apparently struggles.
Post 10 describes that they play fine after the start and provides the settings he uses for overclocking.
A post on OSMC suggests after OClocking too, they were able to play HEVC.https://discourse.osmc.tv/t/pi-3-h265-playback-experience/14439/3

Thanks for taking the time to reply, very helpful

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