字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Raspberry Pi 2 Hi everyone bit of breaking news for every hardcore geek out there. The Raspberry Pi foundation has just announced the Raspberry Pi Mark 2. Now this brand new board based on the B reference design, the model B, they claim it's going to have six times the performance of the B plus board due to the fact that they're running a 900mhz quad-core system-on-a-chip. Raspberry Pi 2 Now that is awful lot of power and going quad core is going to make a massive difference to a wide range of different projects. The ability now to run multi threads will be very very useful for a lot of operations. They're also backing that up with one gig of ram and they're quoting six times the performance of the B+ board. But here is the kicker it will only be costing $35 Raspberry Pi 2 around £25-30. It's a pretty stonking piece of kit I have to say and bearing in mind they've managed to keep all of this in the same form factor. It looks like the register.co.uk managed to get a hands Raspberry Pi 2 on with one of the very first boards and they're reporting that there are four 32-bit ARM B7 cortex a7 cores running within the BCM 2836 chip for Raspberry Pi that's been chosen here. That is a mighty powerful CPU running in a very small package. Now they say that Raspberry Pi 2 there's very little outwardly to sort of mark a difference between the mark 2 board and the original B board but obviously a lot more power in there. Let me know in the comments what you think of the new Raspberry Pi mark 2. I think we may very well have to pick one of these up to take a look at Raspberry Pi 2. Thanks for watching. Don't forget you can pledge $1 a month on Patreon to help support the Androidizen, keeping us 100% Raspberry Pi 2 independent, an honest opinion direct from the UK. If you pledge one dollar a month you'll be entered into our prize pool to win cool items from our review bag. Also don't forget to like, subscribe and comment. We love to chat. Raspberry Pi 2.