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RASPBERRY-PI  RASPBRRY-MODB-512M  MODEL B - ASSEMBLED BOARD ONLY

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  • Manufacturer: RASPBERRY-PI
  • Newark Part No.: 43W5302
  • Manufacturer Part No RASPBRRY-MODB-512M

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  • Core Architecture: ARM
  • Core Sub-Architecture: ARM11
  • Features: 512MB RAM, ARM1176JZF-S 700 MHz MPU, VideoCore IV GPU, 2 USB + Ethernet + HDMI ports, mounting holes
  • Kit Contents: RPI MOD-B Brd, Assembled Board Only
  • No. of Bits: 32bit
  • SVHC: To Be Advised
  • Silicon Core Number: BCM2835
  • Silicon Family Name: BCM2xxx
  • Silicon Manufacturer: Broadcom

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RASPBERRY-PI - RASPBRRY-MODB-512M - MODEL B - ASSEMBLED BOARD ONLY 4.6 5 16 16
Can't beat this thing with a stick. I'm not sure what this thing can't do. (It is a little slow as a desktop with a gui, but I don't need that.) I have one set up as a radio(works way better than over the air for me, out in boonies. Another runs my tv, discreetly mounted on back. I've also set up Asterick (telephony) as an experiment and LTSP (client). Everything is easily controllable via ssh from a computer, so no need for a keyboard/mouse/screen. I'm planning on using them for an electronics/programming class I'm teaching. October 18, 2013
Two isn't enough I have one (Pi-B) in the living room, for a media server and IPTV (a smart TV isn't smart enough- we have it plugged into a brand-new LG), and micro-workstation (LibreOfffice and Claws Email run great!)- dual booting with BerryBoot. I might use this with LTSP later on with a Linux PC (x86) to do the real work. One's in my office to watch the news, etc- also dual-booting- but for no good reason. I need another to serve as a Wi-Fi to wired bridge because I gave my old wireless router away and the Pi will do that job very easily. I fear that I am becoming an addict! It's super-lightweight but so capable! October 2, 2013
Raspberry Pi Web Server This is a great device. I wanted to set up a web server as a repository of odd knowledge without having the bulk and power requirements of a PC, and with the ease of use of a content management system. I've got it set up as a LAMP server running Media Wiki, Word Press and Joomla, along with an FTP server on my in house network. The only users are in the house, so responiveness is more than adequate, and I'm able to do all the management by remote log in. August 27, 2013
Great little computer I am in the computer industry and wanted to try out this little guy, and I haven't been disappointed since I got it. I've used it for many different things so far, and they all work great. I've used it has a media center, the only reason I didn't like it the greatest for media center was that the audio that I encode videos with skip a little on it. Right now I'm using it mainly to check the programs that I write work on different cpu's. I've used many x86 and x86_64 cpu's and now I've gotten more experience with ARM. This is a great, inexpensive computer for anyone wanting a server or media center that has a small footprint both physically and for power requirements. Also to note I'm using my old cell phone charger and it works great. The lowest voltage I've read, across tp1 and tp2, has been 4.79 volts. I'm not sure if that is good or not, but it has been stable running at 800 MHz. August 23, 2013
Raspberry Pi, so many uses! I love the little computer, so many uses. I'm taking my lil computer out in the world to show the masses. The low power means you can use it in the car, and with a small monitor, it truly is a portable computer. Funny to use it in coffee shops! or even better with Makey Makeys! August 16, 2013
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