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Was in my local Target and they had the 4GB version of Raspberry Pi 4 at the 2GB price of $49.99 YMMV

It was in a spot marked 2GB, and appeared to have a UPC sticker over the one on the box. Stock on their site does not show a 4GB version.

DCPI: 207060044

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2GB is $35
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4gb is 49.99 every day at Micro Center
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Tempting to get a second one with the $50 target GC in my wallet
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Most people don't have a Micro Center. Isn't it mainly in New England?
4% of Micro Center stores are in New England. This is exactly 1 store in Cambridge, MA.
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OP, what's DCIP on the receipt?
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Ye. It's 4gb version..$49.99. Got one in store. Thanks
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207060044 is the only number I see on the receipt
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Ye. It's 4gb version..$49.99. Got one in store. Thanks
Did they also have the 2gb version there that you saw?
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Website said 2 in stock, clerk checked & said out of stock with 1 actually on the shelf.

Didn't really need it right now but too good a deal to pass up.
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For what its worth the 1GB version of the Raspberry Pi 4 has been discontinued. Now they only offer the 2GB or the 4GB Raspberry Pi 4. To say they are an incredible device is an understatement, especially the Pi 4, as it has USB3 and Gigabit ethernet.

They are unbelievably powerful with their limited hardware, and use memory exceptionally well. Prices on them are very odd, as there is a huge demand for them but yet you can find them at Microcenter discounted, and then some places online they are priced over suggested list and are sold out.

They are not for the casual user, unless someone who likes to tinker with them sets them up for them, and then the machine is a delight. There are lots of simple to follow guides for them, and can do all sorts of things, but they are not plug and play like a Windows machine or a Chromebook. Once they are set up they can do some things that would normally take something that costs ten times the price.

If you like to tinker, or have someone in the house that would like to learn computing, operating systems and programming this is an unbelievable device to experiment with while still saving the families computer from said experimentation.

It's also a great way to start to learn Linux, where you will discover that Windows is not the os you were lead to believe.
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