To say that the original Raspberry Pi was a runaway success would be accurate and true, some might even throw in the adjective “runaway” to boot (although it did suffer some birth pangs). Well, it seems that there is the Raspberry Pi Model B made available to the masses already, where it will come with a bump in its memory count, bringing the RAM amount to 512MB in the process. In fact, folks who have already picked up the 512MB Raspberry Pi earlier this morning are already able to download the updated firmware, now how about that?
After all, many fans of the Raspberry Pi have already asked the people behind this super affordable “computer” to come up with a more expensive version that carries additional RAM, making it ideal for folks who want to up the ante when it comes to the Raspberry Pi’s overall use in our life. From today onwards, all Model B Raspberry Pis will ship with 512MB RAM, and the price point of $35 will still be maintained. Not too bad a way to kick off the week, no? Even if you woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning, this is still something worth smiling over.
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