Yes, the Pi Foundation clearly aren't taking any notice of you so best go back to using Intel chips
What are you blathering on about? The heat dissipation is much better on my RPi3B+ (which is currently inside a AIY cardboard box and doesn't have any heatsink other than the RPF's new processor casing
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All the usual places. I ordered mine at https://thepihut.com/products/raspberry ... del-b-plus
Or here https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/ra ... el-b-plus/ which will give you a link to sellers in China.
Please go back to Intel. And use their forums instead.
There's a new release of Stretch, so sudo apt update/upgrade should get everything you need.
Couldn't agree more. Went straight to my usual online stores this morning to buy a 3B+, but was really disappointed when I saw that all resellers here in Sweden have added almost 30% to the price, compared to the 3B. I guess they missed the fact that you worked hard to keep the same price on the new board
It fits the AIY kit cardboard box. That's where mine is right now.
Ethernet moved, reason why fanless case from my signature isn't supported. Leaves empty spot.
Moan moan moan,,, whinge whinge whinge.... If t's not going to be of any help to you DON'T BUY ONE !Imperf3kt wrote: ↑Wed Mar 14, 2018 10:55 amHmmmm
Nice upgrade, but sadly I don't require more CPU power and I actually took the ethernet off my Pi - its a nuisance for me.
Though, with that being upgraded, does that mean the USB now has its own bandwidth or is it still shared?
Faster wireless is not much use when you live in a country where pidgeons are faster than your internet.