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New model released minutes ago...RAM options for first time. Base model is the same price as previous models. Slick if you can find one...
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Any word when it'll hit MicroCenter shelves?
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$35 for the 1GB model which is almost twice as fast, CPU-wise, and incredibly fast for USB, WiFi, and Ethernet. $45 for the 2GB model, and $55 for the 4GB model.

Retropie isn't working.... yet... on the new model, but I expect that to change quickly. It will be interesting to see what new emulators are playable on this.
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Any word when it'll hit MicroCenter shelves?
Canakit seems to have them in stock, shipping.

https://www.canakit.com/raspberry...aspberrypi
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Good for Kodi? Or so so with 4 K content?

YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C...pp=desktop
LibreELEC support is in early/alpha stages -- https://libreelec.tv/2019/06/libr...ha1-rpi4b/

4K support, yes. No HDR yet, though.

If you want 4K HDR Kodi right now, considering going with an Le Potato using CoreELEC. Same price, probably similar performance, and lower power requirements/cooler running.
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Canakit seems to have them in stock, shipping.

https://www.canakit.com/raspberry...aspberrypi [canakit.com]
Almost ordered it, but couldn't stomach the 14$ shipping. Guess will wait for something cheaper.
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It will be interesting to see how it compares head to head with the Odroid-XU4.

I'm using the Odroid for my emulation and am a lot happier with how it functions and number of systems it emulates compared to the Pi 3.
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$35 for the 1GB model which is almost twice as fast, CPU-wise, and incredibly fast for USB, WiFi, and Ethernet. $45 for the 2GB model, and $55 for the 4GB model.

Retropie isn't working.... yet... on the new model, but I expect that to change quickly. It will be interesting to see what new emulators are playable on this.

I am really glad they increased the memory. It opens up so many possibilities. Retro gaming was super laggy on Pi3, 1GB. This is good, very good.
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This isn't a deal for it, just an announcement that it's just been released.
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