I ordered mine from Canakit, and it took a couple days for them to get it from their business to the USPS. No idea why, According to Canakit, when I ordered them they were in stock a week earlier.W. H. Heydt wrote: ↑Mon Jul 22, 2019 8:54 pmI've been watching the tracking (such as it is) of an order of a couple HDMI cables and a Pi4B2 from OKdo. The order was acknowledged on 11 July. I got a shipping notice dated 12 July. The shipment was "created" on 15 July. The most recent ("Hub scan - out") was on 19 July, at about 5:30 AM. Since then, no updates. I think they put it on a sailing vessel to get it across the ocean...and didn't even use a clipper.jr3us wrote: ↑Mon Jul 22, 2019 8:31 pmI received my 2GB and 4GB rpi's last week on thursday. I am just using a regular charger with 6 ports(an Anker) that can put out 2.1 Amps per port. I am not doing any hard drives on the usb so I don't need the extra amperage. I put a meter on the supply, and It is only pulling about .6 amps under load by itself.
I have only seen one problem with the RPi4 and that is that I had to add 3 lines to config.txt to make them like 2 of my Televisions(One of them a Philips, the other no name of some sort) . Interesting that I took the same buster image that I was using on the RPI4, and booted a 3B+, and it saw the video just fine.
Otherwise, I am happy with them!
as far as smallest hard drive, I bought an 8088 clone (with turbo mode!) AND a 10MB drive for $1000 in 1986!
I just checked their website, and they currently have 1GB and 2GB models available or will ship now, or in a couple days. The 4GB versions are end of this month.