Looking at the Farnell site, the A is £19.13 + £3.83 vat (£22.96) and the B is £26.78 + £5.36 vat (£32.14). a difference of £7.65 (£9.18)toxibunny wrote:How much cheaper is it then, according to the sellers' sites?
Nowhere near as rough as that, but I did note that the edges of my boards were badly finished.maddogdave wrote:Fiberglass strands on the edge of my new Model A PCB. Anyone else have a board with a similar rough edge.
See https://www.google.com/search?q=site:ww ... rg+model+cbillyjim11 wrote:When is the Raspberry Pi Model c coming out-I am not sure whether I should get the model B now or wait for the model C? Can anyone help?
Dont worry, the the USB-TTL adapter that uses the gpio ports and usb into your PC, works beautifullytonyhughes wrote:so my first-world problem is having to plug a screen and keyboard in the get the WiFi working .
Get the B, there is no Model C on the horizon.billyjim11 wrote:When is the Raspberry Pi Model c coming out-I am not sure whether I should get the model B now or wait for the model C? Can anyone help?