Jim JKla wrote:
It might have been better if they had named it the "C" but "B+" is their decision so we have to live with it.
In case anyone is not aware, Models A, B, and B+ are references to the BBC Micro of the 1980s.
However, in that case the main difference between the B and B+64/128 was the amount of RAM. So arguably the 512MiB Raspberry Pi should already have been branded B+512, and the new board should be Master 512.
Luckily, Google at least seems to distinguish "Model B" and "Model B+" correctly.