The First Slice Of Raspberry Pi Gets Taste Tested
Subject: General Tech | April 24, 2012 - 12:28 PM | Tim Verry
Tagged: Raspberry Pi, hardware, embedded systems, arm
We’ve been covering the Raspberry Pi computer for quite some time now, and after a slew of delays the boards are finally shipping. UK based hardware site Bit-Tech has managed to snag one of the Model B Raspberry Pi boards and recently posted a review of the small ARM computer.
They do note that the ARM11 processor leaves a lot of performance to be desired, but no other boards offer the same features for the price. Once software matures to the point that hardware accelerated drivers are available out of the box, the user experience should improve. Also, the relatively powerful Videocore IV GPU will really start to shine.
Head on over to see how they tested the board, what sort of overclocking headroom the SoC has, and what their final verdict is!
Further Raspberry Pi coverage:
- Raspberry Pi Delays
- Raspberry Pi Passes EM Interference Testing
- Raspberry Pi Computers Have an Operating System For Everyone
- A Case for the Raspberry Pi
- Raspberry Pi Deliveries Finally Going Out
Anyone else still waiting on their slice of Pi to arrive in the mail?
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