But if you click buy... You can buy one!scorp wrote:Something wrong over there. If you click on Alternative "RASPBRRY-MODB-512M" it says part number doesn't exist
Thing is, it didn't slip under my radar.Wizard wrote:If this is indeed true, and Yes - I did check to see if I could order one and I could, how did this fly in under the radar?
By adding more memory I hope they are not moving away from GPIO tinkering a 'la Arduino and towards "cheapo-xbmc-media-platform-without-need-for-tinkering"...
However, due to recent out-of-memory issues whilst building an portable Pi with 10" touch screen this could be well worth having a look at!
I think not.........Burngate wrote:Given the picture is the Rev 2 made in the UK as well, lets see what arrives! (at the moment - "processing")
Country of Origin: CN China
Country in which last significant manufacturing process was carried out
The foundation will probably release a new OS later in the week after they announce that this has happened.brainsys wrote:I was intrigued by the mention of Fedora on the Farnell website. Then it struck me that 512mb is not much use if the OS is not configured to use it. Currently Wheezy options are divisions of 256mb. Which would mean, for most of us, a raspi-config upgrade is required. This, I understand, is controlled by RPF.
I wonder if Farnell are planning to offer Fedora as an alternative?
Did this "unnamed source" happen to have a name that starts with J and ends with H?NerdUno wrote:When I recently asked an "unnamed source" whether a 512MB version was on the horizon, the original response was "Don't hold your breath." Then he elaborated and said the 512MB version might arrive before I needed to quit holding my breath. Well, not quite... but close.
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