As per my post abovejahboater wrote: ↑Tue Nov 10, 2020 4:50 pmMainframes are impressive in a way that the Raspberry Pi can never beHeater wrote: ↑Tue Nov 10, 2020 4:36 pmI was there the day it was delivered to our university, two or three huge trucks stopped outside the CS building, an aluminium "road way" was laid down from the back of trucks, into through the front door and into the bowels of the CS department. Then a procession of gorgeous looking bight orange main frame parts was rolled out of the trucks into the building.
Even if the Pi is more powerful.
I think it's possible accessories could be added to a single Raspberry Pi so the weight increases up to the point where the entire system falls through the floor of an average house. With clustering, such an impressive feat should be even easier to achieve.