Imperf3kt wrote: ↑
Sun Jun 30, 2019 3:09 am
"USB-C too tiny"?
Well that's a laugh. I watch Explaining Computers on YouTube sometimes but I've never heard him say that.
If he did, I have something to say back: you do realise, MICRO USB-B IS EVEN SMALLER!
I edited in the explaining computers link shortly after posting, though feel I should state this isn't proof of anything regarding usb-c just an opinion.
re:micro b, might be smaller overall but its internal contacts are larger and more spaced (because there are 19 less of them) and its surrounding enclosure generally has a lot more support plastic. to quote the doctor "it's bigger on the inside"
or at least give me harder ?
@Gavinmc42 Im glad it worked out for you, watching tutorial videos on youtube while coding on the same device seems a great use! exactly somewhat like I was hoping
@k-pi perfect! yes! that is the best selling point of the PI for sure! completely silent and with the planet not getting and colder maybe a device that isn't flooding my room with heat!! maybe a better choice
If you have a genuine need for it then get it.
I saw the Pi4 had come out, I don't really 'need' it but I did have budget for an upgrade of sorts and while looking decided to explore options too
I might just wait a little bit to see how the new pi goes (and till the 4gb version comes back in stock lol)
thanks to all who have given feedback.