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Raspberry Pi 3
#1
Whats the difference from RPi2 ?

- 1.2GHz Cortex-A53 CPU - 10x the performance of original RPi, 50-60% increase from RPi2
- 64-bit although there is no OS support for 64-bit right now
- integrated WiFi 802.11n
- integrated Bluetooth 4.1

Compatible with RPi1B and RPi2, same price  $35. 

Good luck getting one. Out of stock everywhere.

https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/raspber...3-on-sale/
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#2
Hi Roman,
Will you be looking to get or stock any Pie's or Zeros?
Let me know,
Bob D
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#3
Bob, sorry, I won't be reselling Pis, there is few resellers in Canada:

https://www.buyapi.ca/product/raspberry-...th-1g-ram/

http://canada.newark.com/raspberry-pi/ra...dp/77Y6520

BuyAPi use CanadaPost, Newark uses UPS and Fedex. Because of coming CanadaPost strike, I recommend Newark.
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#4
Hi Roman ,
I will deal with  Newark as we purchase from them on a fairly regular basis at DE.

Have you done any projects with a Pi at all?

thanks,
Bob D
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#5
(2016-06-27, 11:01 PM)Build_it_Bob Wrote: Hi Roman ,
I will deal with  Newark as we purchase from them on a fairly regular basis at DE.

Have you done any projects with a Pi at all?

thanks,
Bob D


Bob, two testers for clients, one RS485 network controller is in progress. Why do you ask?
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#6
Wink 
Hi Roman,
I just want to know if I make the jump ( or step?) to Ras Pi that there could be some help close by.
I may get a lot done...but my knowledge comes at the expense of others!
I sometimes have trouble following instructions to update software Blush when the instruction are to me unclear.
I would no doubt do a great deal of online study, but I don't like to waste time either so i want to make sure it is worth the investment of time.
Bob Dl
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