Nec chip based pciexpress usb 3.0 cards selling for 11$. Last customer price with pi sized board. Price is not big problem. But i'm not know which usb chip compatible with integrating with broadcom arm soc. I'm not know is there enough data-path.riklaunim wrote:Only some high end ARM SoCs implement USB3 (and all Intel/AMD low power SoCs?) so 2 would quite likely already exclude 1 and use a SoC with high tier Mali or nVidia GPU. As those high end SoCs aren't cheap you would just get a relatively expensive board (some are already available). New technologies is not Raspberry Pi goaleriktheitalian wrote:my priority:
1) videocore driver (http://dri.freedesktop.org/wiki/VC4/)
2) usb 3.0 ( lots of usb 3.0 hardware not stable like usb 2.0. we need stable usb 3.0 )
5 million raspberry pi sold.
I'm not know pi2 selling numbers. If usb 3.0 addon possible. Then lots of user can buy it.