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he Raspberry Pi Model B is a credit card size computer designed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation and manufactured in the UK. This single board computer plugs directly into your TV or monitor. With a 700MHz ARM CPU and 512MB of SDRAM It packs quite a powerful punch and is capable of running high intensity applications such as HD 1080P video playback. The Raspberry Pi offers a low cost programming platform using a number of programming languages including Scratch and Python. With 26 lines of GPIO the Raspberry Pi also allows users to bridge the gap into physical computing and control things in the real world rather than just on the screen.
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#1
Isn't there delivery?
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Approx. Delivery £ 3.49
Total £22.13
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£22.13 Inc delivery
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Remember the new B+ is out now, so consider what your needs are before buying (The CPU and RAM are the same but there are now 4 USBs it uses micro SD cards, and they've changed something with the power cant remember off hand) and has a different form factor and I think added GPIO pins, although this a cheaper option...
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Can you add delivery, the price was actually £22.13 when added to cart....

This post has been made with very little effort, you couldn't even be bothered to overwrite the standard text with some description of your own.
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Remember the new B+ is out now, so consider what your needs are before buying (The CPU and RAM are the same but there are now 4 USBs it uses micro SD cards, and they've changed something with the power cant remember off hand) and has a different form factor and I think added GPIO pins, although this a cheaper option...
Cheers for this. Didn't know there was a new one out. Have mine running a media centre but it struggles with 3d films...... maybe the new one will be what I need.
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Heat for a great price by the way.
#8
Good deal for kit that has just been updated but really, it was mostly a form factor update for the average person.

Heat added.
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bbgun24
Remember the new B+ is out now, so consider what your needs are before buying (The CPU and RAM are the same but there are now 4 USBs it uses micro SD cards, and they've changed something with the power cant remember off hand) and has a different form factor and I think added GPIO pins, although this a cheaper option...
Cheers for this. Didn't know there was a new one out. Have mine running a media centre but it struggles with 3d films...... maybe the new one will be what I need.

Both share the same SoC, if you struggle playing certain files on the B model, the B+ model will perform the same.
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cant you get the + for this price?
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bouncy99
cant you get the + for this price?

If you can, post the deal.
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bouncy99
cant you get the + for this price?

If you can, post the deal.
Firstly, the question marked denoted it as a question, not a statement. If it was a statement I would have stated "you can buy the + for this price". Secondly after looking, no you cant, but from what I can see an extra £2 gets you the latest model. If you can make use of the expanded gpio, extract usb ports etc, and a 30% reduction in power consumption, itmakes you wonder why you would buy an old obsolete model for £2 less than the latest.

Edited By: bouncy99 on Jul 15, 2014 09:00
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cant you get the + for this price?

If you can, post the deal.
Firstly, the question marked denoted it as a question, not a statement. If it was a statement I would have stated "you can buy the + for this price". Secondly after looking, no you cant, but from what I can see an extra £2 gets you the latest model. If you can make use of the expanded gpio, extract usb ports etc, and a 30% reduction in power consumption, itmakes you wonder why you would buy an old obsolete model for £2 less than the latest.

The effort you put into typing the so-called question, you could have answered it yourself.
The A and B model are far from obsolete.
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cant you get the + for this price?

If you can, post the deal.
Firstly, the question marked denoted it as a question, not a statement. If it was a statement I would have stated "you can buy the + for this price". Secondly after looking, no you cant, but from what I can see an extra £2 gets you the latest model. If you can make use of the expanded gpio and usb ports etc, makes you wonder why you would buy an old obsolete model for £2 less than the latest.

The effort put into typing the so-called question, you could have answered your own question.
The A and B model are far from obsolete.
so you're a hater are you? look another question.

Just a could of dictionary definitions for obsolete just to stick in your pi hole.

No longer produced or used; out of date

Cause (a product or idea) to become obsolete by replacing it with something new
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bbgun24
Remember the new B+ is out now, so consider what your needs are before buying (The CPU and RAM are the same but there are now 4 USBs it uses micro SD cards, and they've changed something with the power cant remember off hand) and has a different form factor and I think added GPIO pins, although this a cheaper option...
Cheers for this. Didn't know there was a new one out. Have mine running a media centre but it struggles with 3d films...... maybe the new one will be what I need.

Both share the same SoC, if you struggle playing certain files on the B model, the B+ model will perform the same.
That's a shame. Never mind. Am amazed that the Pi plays D at all to be honest. Only tried it because I could.
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3D not D ☝
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bouncy99
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bouncy99
cant you get the + for this price?

If you can, post the deal.
Firstly, the question marked denoted it as a question, not a statement. If it was a statement I would have stated "you can buy the + for this price". Secondly after looking, no you cant, but from what I can see an extra £2 gets you the latest model. If you can make use of the expanded gpio and usb ports etc, makes you wonder why you would buy an old obsolete model for £2 less than the latest.

The effort put into typing the so-called question, you could have answered your own question.
The A and B model are far from obsolete.
so you're a hater are you? look another question.

Just a could of dictionary definitions for obsolete just to stick in your pi hole.

No longer produced or used; out of date

Cause (a product or idea) to become obsolete by replacing it with something new

Both A and B models will continue being used as they all share the same SoC.
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bouncy99
cant you get the + for this price?

If you can, post the deal.
Firstly, the question marked denoted it as a question, not a statement. If it was a statement I would have stated "you can buy the + for this price". Secondly after looking, no you cant, but from what I can see an extra £2 gets you the latest model. If you can make use of the expanded gpio and usb ports etc, makes you wonder why you would buy an old obsolete model for £2 less than the latest.

The effort put into typing the so-called question, you could have answered your own question.
The A and B model are far from obsolete.
so you're a hater are you? look another question.

Just a could of dictionary definitions for obsolete just to stick in your pi hole.

No longer produced or used; out of date

Cause (a product or idea) to become obsolete by replacing it with something new

Both A and B models will continue being used as they all share the same SoC.
yes but as you clearly are a hater, I thought id point out to you that my use of the term obsolete by the strictest dictionary definitions was in fact correct, and that you the hater clearly did not understand the correct use of the term obsolete. Both the A and B appear according to their suppliers to no longer be produced (being sold is not the same as being produced), and both have clearly been replaced by something newer, hence obsolete. The fact that they will continue to be used, does not mean they are not obsolete.


Edited By: bouncy99 on Jul 15, 2014 09:15
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bouncy99
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bouncy99
cant you get the + for this price?

If you can, post the deal.
Firstly, the question marked denoted it as a question, not a statement. If it was a statement I would have stated "you can buy the + for this price". Secondly after looking, no you cant, but from what I can see an extra £2 gets you the latest model. If you can make use of the expanded gpio and usb ports etc, makes you wonder why you would buy an old obsolete model for £2 less than the latest.

The effort put into typing the so-called question, you could have answered your own question.
The A and B model are far from obsolete.
so you're a hater are you? look another question.

Just a could of dictionary definitions for obsolete just to stick in your pi hole.

No longer produced or used; out of date

Cause (a product or idea) to become obsolete by replacing it with something new

Both A and B models will continue being used as they all share the same SoC.
yes but as you clearly are a hater, I thought id point out to you that my use of the term obsolete by the strictest dictionary definitions was in fact correct, and that you the hater clearly did not understand the correct use of the term obsolete. Both the A and B appear according to their suppliers to no longer be produced (being sold is not the same as being produced), and both have clearly been replaced by something newer, hence obsolete. The fact that they will continue to be used, does not mean they are not obsolete.


From the creators.

We think you’re going to love Model B+, but to ensure continuity of supply for our industrial customers we’ll be keeping Model B in production for as long as there’s demand for it.
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bouncy99
cant you get the + for this price?

If you can, post the deal.
Firstly, the question marked denoted it as a question, not a statement. If it was a statement I would have stated "you can buy the + for this price". Secondly after looking, no you cant, but from what I can see an extra £2 gets you the latest model. If you can make use of the expanded gpio and usb ports etc, makes you wonder why you would buy an old obsolete model for £2 less than the latest.

The effort put into typing the so-called question, you could have answered your own question.
The A and B model are far from obsolete.
so you're a hater are you? look another question.

Just a could of dictionary definitions for obsolete just to stick in your pi hole.

No longer produced or used; out of date

Cause (a product or idea) to become obsolete by replacing it with something new

Both A and B models will continue being used as they all share the same SoC.
yes but as you clearly are a hater, I thought id point out to you that my use of the term obsolete by the strictest dictionary definitions was in fact correct, and that you the hater clearly did not understand the correct use of the term obsolete. Both the A and B appear according to their suppliers to no longer be produced (being sold is not the same as being produced), and both have clearly been replaced by something newer, hence obsolete. The fact that they will continue to be used, does not mean they are not obsolete.


From the creators.

We think you’re going to love Model B+, but to ensure continuity of supply for our industrial customers we’ll be keeping Model B in production for as long as there’s demand for it.
you cant buy it from their two main manufacturing partners,

Edited By: bouncy99 on Jul 15, 2014 09:29
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bouncy99
cant you get the + for this price?

If you can, post the deal.
Firstly, the question marked denoted it as a question, not a statement. If it was a statement I would have stated "you can buy the + for this price". Secondly after looking, no you cant, but from what I can see an extra £2 gets you the latest model. If you can make use of the expanded gpio and usb ports etc, makes you wonder why you would buy an old obsolete model for £2 less than the latest.

The effort put into typing the so-called question, you could have answered your own question.
The A and B model are far from obsolete.
so you're a hater are you? look another question.

Just a could of dictionary definitions for obsolete just to stick in your pi hole.

No longer produced or used; out of date

Cause (a product or idea) to become obsolete by replacing it with something new

Both A and B models will continue being used as they all share the same SoC.
yes but as you clearly are a hater, I thought id point out to you that my use of the term obsolete by the strictest dictionary definitions was in fact correct, and that you the hater clearly did not understand the correct use of the term obsolete. Both the A and B appear according to their suppliers to no longer be produced (being sold is not the same as being produced), and both have clearly been replaced by something newer, hence obsolete. The fact that they will continue to be used, does not mean they are not obsolete.


From the creators.

We think you’re going to love Model B+, but to ensure continuity of supply for our industrial customers we’ll be keeping Model B in production for as long as there’s demand for it.
you cant buy it from their two main manufacturing partners,

Like i said before, you aren't paying £22 for an obsolete model.
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bouncy99
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bouncy99
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bouncy99
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bouncy99
cant you get the + for this price?

If you can, post the deal.
Firstly, the question marked denoted it as a question, not a statement. If it was a statement I would have stated "you can buy the + for this price". Secondly after looking, no you cant, but from what I can see an extra £2 gets you the latest model. If you can make use of the expanded gpio and usb ports etc, makes you wonder why you would buy an old obsolete model for £2 less than the latest.

The effort put into typing the so-called question, you could have answered your own question.
The A and B model are far from obsolete.
so you're a hater are you? look another question.

Just a could of dictionary definitions for obsolete just to stick in your pi hole.

No longer produced or used; out of date

Cause (a product or idea) to become obsolete by replacing it with something new

Both A and B models will continue being used as they all share the same SoC.
yes but as you clearly are a hater, I thought id point out to you that my use of the term obsolete by the strictest dictionary definitions was in fact correct, and that you the hater clearly did not understand the correct use of the term obsolete. Both the A and B appear according to their suppliers to no longer be produced (being sold is not the same as being produced), and both have clearly been replaced by something newer, hence obsolete. The fact that they will continue to be used, does not mean they are not obsolete.


From the creators.

We think you’re going to love Model B+, but to ensure continuity of supply for our industrial customers we’ll be keeping Model B in production for as long as there’s demand for it.
you cant buy it from their two main manufacturing partners,

Like i said before, you aren't paying £22 for an obsolete model.
So you cant buy it from their two main manufacturing partners, but the a and b are not obsolete? who is making it then?
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bouncy99
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bouncy99
cant you get the + for this price?

If you can, post the deal.
Firstly, the question marked denoted it as a question, not a statement. If it was a statement I would have stated "you can buy the + for this price". Secondly after looking, no you cant, but from what I can see an extra £2 gets you the latest model. If you can make use of the expanded gpio and usb ports etc, makes you wonder why you would buy an old obsolete model for £2 less than the latest.

The effort put into typing the so-called question, you could have answered your own question.
The A and B model are far from obsolete.
so you're a hater are you? look another question.

Just a could of dictionary definitions for obsolete just to stick in your pi hole.

No longer produced or used; out of date

Cause (a product or idea) to become obsolete by replacing it with something new

Both A and B models will continue being used as they all share the same SoC.
yes but as you clearly are a hater, I thought id point out to you that my use of the term obsolete by the strictest dictionary definitions was in fact correct, and that you the hater clearly did not understand the correct use of the term obsolete. Both the A and B appear according to their suppliers to no longer be produced (being sold is not the same as being produced), and both have clearly been replaced by something newer, hence obsolete. The fact that they will continue to be used, does not mean they are not obsolete.


From the creators.

We think you’re going to love Model B+, but to ensure continuity of supply for our industrial customers we’ll be keeping Model B in production for as long as there’s demand for it.
you cant buy it from their two main manufacturing partners,

Like i said before, you aren't paying £22 for an obsolete model.
So you cant buy it from their two main manufacturing partners, but the a and b are not obsolete? who is making it then?

Element14 said they won't be stopping production for the B model. Read what i quoted.
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bouncy99
cant you get the + for this price?

If you can, post the deal.
Firstly, the question marked denoted it as a question, not a statement. If it was a statement I would have stated "you can buy the + for this price". Secondly after looking, no you cant, but from what I can see an extra £2 gets you the latest model. If you can make use of the expanded gpio and usb ports etc, makes you wonder why you would buy an old obsolete model for £2 less than the latest.

The effort put into typing the so-called question, you could have answered your own question.
The A and B model are far from obsolete.
so you're a hater are you? look another question.

Just a could of dictionary definitions for obsolete just to stick in your pi hole.

No longer produced or used; out of date

Cause (a product or idea) to become obsolete by replacing it with something new

Both A and B models will continue being used as they all share the same SoC.
yes but as you clearly are a hater, I thought id point out to you that my use of the term obsolete by the strictest dictionary definitions was in fact correct, and that you the hater clearly did not understand the correct use of the term obsolete. Both the A and B appear according to their suppliers to no longer be produced (being sold is not the same as being produced), and both have clearly been replaced by something newer, hence obsolete. The fact that they will continue to be used, does not mean they are not obsolete.


From the creators.

We think you’re going to love Model B+, but to ensure continuity of supply for our industrial customers we’ll be keeping Model B in production for as long as there’s demand for it.
you cant buy it from their two main manufacturing partners,

Like i said before, you aren't paying £22 for an obsolete model.
So you cant buy it from their two main manufacturing partners, but the a and b are not obsolete? who is making it then?

Element14 said they won't be stopping production for the B model. Read what i quoted.
you quoted something apparently from "the creators" which would be the raspberry pi foundation. I dont see anything on the element 14 website that says they will or wont continue production of the b or a, i do however see that the products dont appear on their pages for ordering. Im still saying obsolete unless you have links from element 14 saying they are still producing the b and a, and have links to order them,.
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With the raspberry pi b+ due out soon & the banana pi not far off, I would expect the model B to be dropping in price even more than this. It's a good price if you want one right now though.
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bouncy99
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bouncy99
cant you get the + for this price?

If you can, post the deal.
Firstly, the question marked denoted it as a question, not a statement. If it was a statement I would have stated "you can buy the + for this price". Secondly after looking, no you cant, but from what I can see an extra £2 gets you the latest model. If you can make use of the expanded gpio and usb ports etc, makes you wonder why you would buy an old obsolete model for £2 less than the latest.

The effort put into typing the so-called question, you could have answered your own question.
The A and B model are far from obsolete.
so you're a hater are you? look another question.

Just a could of dictionary definitions for obsolete just to stick in your pi hole.

No longer produced or used; out of date

Cause (a product or idea) to become obsolete by replacing it with something new

Both A and B models will continue being used as they all share the same SoC.
yes but as you clearly are a hater, I thought id point out to you that my use of the term obsolete by the strictest dictionary definitions was in fact correct, and that you the hater clearly did not understand the correct use of the term obsolete. Both the A and B appear according to their suppliers to no longer be produced (being sold is not the same as being produced), and both have clearly been replaced by something newer, hence obsolete. The fact that they will continue to be used, does not mean they are not obsolete.


From the creators.

We think you’re going to love Model B+, but to ensure continuity of supply for our industrial customers we’ll be keeping Model B in production for as long as there’s demand for it.
you cant buy it from their two main manufacturing partners,

Like i said before, you aren't paying £22 for an obsolete model.
So you cant buy it from their two main manufacturing partners, but the a and b are not obsolete? who is making it then?

Element14 said they won't be stopping production for the B model. Read what i quoted.
you quoted something apparently from "the creators" which would be the raspberry pi foundation. I dont see anything on the element 14 website that says they will or wont continue production of the b or a, i do however see that the products dont appear on their pages for ordering. Im still saying obsolete unless you have links from element 14 saying they are still producing the b and a, and have links to order them,.

From the Pi foundation, the B model will still be produced.
And you can buy it from most places. How is that obsolete?
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cant you get the + for this price?

If you can, post the deal.
Firstly, the question marked denoted it as a question, not a statement. If it was a statement I would have stated "you can buy the + for this price". Secondly after looking, no you cant, but from what I can see an extra £2 gets you the latest model. If you can make use of the expanded gpio and usb ports etc, makes you wonder why you would buy an old obsolete model for £2 less than the latest.

The effort put into typing the so-called question, you could have answered your own question.
The A and B model are far from obsolete.
so you're a hater are you? look another question.

Just a could of dictionary definitions for obsolete just to stick in your pi hole.

No longer produced or used; out of date

Cause (a product or idea) to become obsolete by replacing it with something new

Both A and B models will continue being used as they all share the same SoC.
yes but as you clearly are a hater, I thought id point out to you that my use of the term obsolete by the strictest dictionary definitions was in fact correct, and that you the hater clearly did not understand the correct use of the term obsolete. Both the A and B appear according to their suppliers to no longer be produced (being sold is not the same as being produced), and both have clearly been replaced by something newer, hence obsolete. The fact that they will continue to be used, does not mean they are not obsolete.


From the creators.

We think you’re going to love Model B+, but to ensure continuity of supply for our industrial customers we’ll be keeping Model B in production for as long as there’s demand for it.
you cant buy it from their two main manufacturing partners,

Like i said before, you aren't paying £22 for an obsolete model.
So you cant buy it from their two main manufacturing partners, but the a and b are not obsolete? who is making it then?

Element14 said they won't be stopping production for the B model. Read what i quoted.
you quoted something apparently from "the creators" which would be the raspberry pi foundation. I dont see anything on the element 14 website that says they will or wont continue production of the b or a, i do however see that the products dont appear on their pages for ordering. Im still saying obsolete unless you have links from element 14 saying they are still producing the b and a, and have links to order them,.

From the Pi foundation, the B model will still be produced.
And you can buy it from most places. How is that obsolete?
So ill refer you back to my previous comments containing dictionary definitions. Being able to buy them doesn't mean they are not obsolete. As you cannot buy them from their two manufacturing partners, i can only conclude that they have none to sell them, which tends to suggest they are not making any to sell. If they are not making them anymore, obsolete.
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cant you get the + for this price?

If you can, post the deal.
Firstly, the question marked denoted it as a question, not a statement. If it was a statement I would have stated "you can buy the + for this price". Secondly after looking, no you cant, but from what I can see an extra £2 gets you the latest model. If you can make use of the expanded gpio and usb ports etc, makes you wonder why you would buy an old obsolete model for £2 less than the latest.

The effort put into typing the so-called question, you could have answered your own question.
The A and B model are far from obsolete.
so you're a hater are you? look another question.

Just a could of dictionary definitions for obsolete just to stick in your pi hole.

No longer produced or used; out of date

Cause (a product or idea) to become obsolete by replacing it with something new

Both A and B models will continue being used as they all share the same SoC.
yes but as you clearly are a hater, I thought id point out to you that my use of the term obsolete by the strictest dictionary definitions was in fact correct, and that you the hater clearly did not understand the correct use of the term obsolete. Both the A and B appear according to their suppliers to no longer be produced (being sold is not the same as being produced), and both have clearly been replaced by something newer, hence obsolete. The fact that they will continue to be used, does not mean they are not obsolete.


From the creators.

We think you’re going to love Model B+, but to ensure continuity of supply for our industrial customers we’ll be keeping Model B in production for as long as there’s demand for it.
you cant buy it from their two main manufacturing partners,

Like i said before, you aren't paying £22 for an obsolete model.
So you cant buy it from their two main manufacturing partners, but the a and b are not obsolete? who is making it then?

Element14 said they won't be stopping production for the B model. Read what i quoted.
you quoted something apparently from "the creators" which would be the raspberry pi foundation. I dont see anything on the element 14 website that says they will or wont continue production of the b or a, i do however see that the products dont appear on their pages for ordering. Im still saying obsolete unless you have links from element 14 saying they are still producing the b and a, and have links to order them,.

From the Pi foundation, the B model will still be produced.
And you can buy it from most places. How is that obsolete?
So ill refer you back to my previous comments containing dictionary definitions. Being able to buy them doesn't mean they are not obsolete. As you cannot buy them from their two manufacturing partners, i can only conclude that they have none to sell them, which tends to suggest they are not making any to sell. If they are not making them anymore, obsolete.

As i said before. Not obsolete.

http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/
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As i said before. Not obsolete.

[url=As i said before. Not obsolete. http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/]http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/]http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/[/url][/url]

Oh dear, you are getting desperate now, one of the links you removed went to a page splattered with errors like it wasn't meant to be displayed anymore! Did you use Google to find those links?

I'll challenge you to show how from their home page, you can get to that item, and if you can, then it may still be obsolete but it can still be bought.

If you cant, its OBSOLETE ;)

Edited By: bouncy99 on Jul 15, 2014 09:56
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I posted one of the A and one for the B, later to realise the A model was out of stock so i removed it.
How is searching on one of their main manufacturing partners websites desperate. I simply searched their website as you suggested and there you have it.
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Each of the RasPi's have there own niche.
A is pretty much the ideal wireless unit or for low power uses.
B for most applications (no doubt will be replaced by B+ if they are priced the same)
B+ adds more usb ports, more GPIO, better audio, microSD (there are adapter for the A and B which do the same) and a slightly lower power consumption.

Spec wise they all have the same CPU so its mostly about the application(s) you plan on running and how. 512mb is better then 256mb, but if its a simple application it doesn't really make much of a difference.

On the topic of this deal you really can't go wrong for £22



Edited By: joedastudd on Jul 15, 2014 09:58
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As i said before. Not obsolete.

[url=As i said before. Not obsolete. http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/]http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/]http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/[/url][/url]

Oh dear, you are getting desperate now, one of the links you removed went to a page splattered with errors like it wasn't meant to be displayed anymore! Did you use Google to find those links?

I'll challenge you to show how from their home page, you can get to that item, and if you can, then it may still be obsolete but it can still be bought.

If you cant, its OBSOLETE ;)

Since you edited your post.

Go here http://uk.rs-online.com/web/ search product "raspberry pi" then click "View All Products" just below. Scroll to the bottom of the page and you can clearly see models A, B, B+ for sale.
The Pi foundation have said they aren't stopping production, and this place still sells them, and we're still using them. Far from obsolete as i originally said.
#33
bouncy99
bouncy99
rev6
As i said before. Not obsolete.

[url=As i said before. Not obsolete. http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/]http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/]http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/[/url][/url]

Oh dear, you are getting desperate now, one of the links you removed went to a page splattered with errors like it wasn't meant to be displayed anymore! Did you use Google to find those links?

I'll challenge you to show how from their home page, you can get to that item, and if you can, then it may still be obsolete but it can still be bought.

If you cant, its OBSOLETE ;)
You posted this

http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568317/

I wouldn't normally expect errors from a page that should just show out of stock.

I'm assuming that as you didn't, you cannot provide a path from their home page that would possibly link to either the a or b, all you have are search results from google?

There are no errors on the page and I've just told you how to find all 3 models from their homepage.

edit: Delete your post then.

Edited By: rev6 on Jul 15, 2014 10:04
#34
rev6
bouncy99
rev6
As i said before. Not obsolete.

[url=As i said before. Not obsolete. http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/]http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/]http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/[/url][/url]

Oh dear, you are getting desperate now, one of the links you removed went to a page splattered with errors like it wasn't meant to be displayed anymore! Did you use Google to find those links?

I'll challenge you to show how from their home page, you can get to that item, and if you can, then it may still be obsolete but it can still be bought.

If you cant, its OBSOLETE ;)

Since you edited your post.

Go here http://uk.rs-online.com/web/ search product "raspberry pi" then click "View All Products" just below. Scroll to the bottom of the page and you can clearly see models A, B, B+ for sale.
The Pi foundation have said they aren't stopping production, and this place still sells them, and we're still using them. Far from obsolete as i originally said.
Well done, you played the game well ;) Im still saying for £2 (or as they said on the foundation site "Price Parity"), the a and b are obsolete.
#35
bouncy99
rev6
bouncy99
rev6
As i said before. Not obsolete.

[url=As i said before. Not obsolete. http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/]http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/]http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/[/url][/url]

Oh dear, you are getting desperate now, one of the links you removed went to a page splattered with errors like it wasn't meant to be displayed anymore! Did you use Google to find those links?

I'll challenge you to show how from their home page, you can get to that item, and if you can, then it may still be obsolete but it can still be bought.

If you cant, its OBSOLETE ;)

Since you edited your post.

Go here http://uk.rs-online.com/web/ search product "raspberry pi" then click "View All Products" just below. Scroll to the bottom of the page and you can clearly see models A, B, B+ for sale.
The Pi foundation have said they aren't stopping production, and this place still sells them, and we're still using them. Far from obsolete as i originally said.
Well done, you played the game well ;) Im still saying for £2 (or as they said on the foundation site "Price Parity"), the a and b are obsolete.

You can't buy the B+ for £24.13 delivered, so again, as many times before in this thread, you are wrong. Not a very good try though.
#36
rev6
bouncy99
rev6
bouncy99
rev6
As i said before. Not obsolete.

[url=As i said before. Not obsolete. http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/]http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/]http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/7568308/[/url][/url]

Oh dear, you are getting desperate now, one of the links you removed went to a page splattered with errors like it wasn't meant to be displayed anymore! Did you use Google to find those links?

I'll challenge you to show how from their home page, you can get to that item, and if you can, then it may still be obsolete but it can still be bought.

If you cant, its OBSOLETE ;)

Since you edited your post.

Go here http://uk.rs-online.com/web/ search product "raspberry pi" then click "View All Products" just below. Scroll to the bottom of the page and you can clearly see models A, B, B+ for sale.
The Pi foundation have said they aren't stopping production, and this place still sells them, and we're still using them. Far from obsolete as i originally said.
Well done, you played the game well ;) Im still saying for £2 (or as they said on the foundation site "Price Parity"), the a and b are obsolete.

You can't buy the B+ for £24.13 delivered, so again, as many times before in this thread, you are wrong. Not a very good try though.
price parity = why would you buy it.
#37
Me thinks bouncy is very stubborn. Hope you live alone :)
#38
Hey guys get a life:p
#39
b33r
Me thinks bouncy is very stubborn. Hope you live alone :)
thats a little strong isnt it. yes i am stubborn, no i dont live alone. revs just easy to get going it seems.

Edited By: bouncy99 on Jul 15, 2014 11:02
#40
Semantic arguments aside, there's a B there for anyone that wants one, perhaps to drop in as a replacement to somewhere that has physical constraints about socket positions etc. I know there's a whole load of 3rd party physical accessories out there designed to fit the old B form factor. Full size SD cards etc.

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