I sit corrected. I did miss the A+512MB, and I have two of them. I'm not sure I'd class the Sony Japan production of the Pi3B as a "new product" On the other hand I also missed the Pi Zero v1.3 (the addition of the CSI connector) which was released in spring 2016.gregeric wrote:WHH you missed out the A+512, the Chinese made Zero (yes it exists), & the Japanese made Pi3 for collectors of all Pi flavo
Heater, you have failed to see the dominant market for the Pi, which is emulation.
Emulation is terribly inefficient - we can do better than that - so let it be based on a 6502, the perfect beeb clone.
Heck it could be modular with a slot in Z80 for Sinclair/Timex fans. And you could even drop in an ARM core to "emulate" the Pi Model B.
No, nor would I, hence the use of the words 'collectors' and 'flavoW. H. Heydt wrote:I'm not sure I'd class the Sony Japan production of the Pi3B as a "new product"
They just employed at least one design engineer, and two more software engineers.....There are quite a few electronic design guys around Cambridge, if they wanted more they could easily find them. Their team is pretty big now.boyoh wrote:I think the day as come, where there are to many Code designers ,
And not enough Electronic design Engineers in the market.
I think the Raspberry Pi Foundation know this