The Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, that will offer a faster processor and better wireless throughput than its predecessor Raspberry Pi 3 Model B. Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ has arrived two years after the launch of the previous Raspberry Pi 3 version.
The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, thanks to its new Cyprus chip, supports dual-band wireless local-area networks (LAN) at 2.4GHz and 5GHz, gigabit ethernet over USB 2.0 which supports speeds up to 300Mbps, and Bluetooth 4.2 and Bluetooth Low Enegery. And similar to the Pi 3 Model B, it costs $35 - while the previous model is now on sale for $5 less through some outlets. Now comes the Model B+ with extra features like upgraded processor, power-over-ethernet, 802.11AC and Bluetooth 4.2 to name a few.
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Speaking of the Internet of Things, the new Pi's Wi-Fi has "modular compliance certification", which means if developers use this Pi hardware in their final product, they won't have as much of a hassle getting the Wi-Fi certified by regulators. Raspberry Pi Founder Eben Upton in a blog post announced the launch, also noting that 19 million Raspberry Pis until now.
The B+'s four USB 2.0 ports can be seen on the right of the board, just above the upgraded Ethernet port. Component manufacturers have created their own workarounds, but the Raspberry Pi Foundation will launch its own dedicated PoE HAT to make use of it in the near future.
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"Today's launch of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ is our response to that success, aimed at perfecting the board for a wide range of applications".
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