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|Raspberry Pi Model B+||Pi Compute Module|
|6x Faster: Experience the new Quad Core Broadcom 2836 processor. Next Generation Technology: Benefit from ARMv7. More Memory: Enjoy 1GB RAM.||Build Bigger and better projects via an expanded GPIO header. Enjoy energy efficiency, increased connectivity with 2 Extra USB ports, and manage multiple devices.||For developing embedded applications. Includes Compute IO Board, Compute Module, Display & Camera Adapter and 5V Micro USB Power Supply (multi-regional), Micro USB Cable, 4 x Jumper Wires.|
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|Raspberry PI 2 model B - Quick guide to installing Raspbian. 2 months ago in Raspberry Pi 2||by peteroakes|
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||Compute Module Dev Kit|
|Processor Chipset||Broadcom BCM2836 ARMv7 Quad Core Processor powered Single Board Computer running at 900 MHz||Broadcom BCM2835 ARMv6 SoC full HD multimedia applications processor||Broadcom BCM2835 ARMv6 SoC full HD multimedia applications processor||Broadcom BCM2835 ARMv6 SoC full HD multimedia applications processor|
|RAM||1GB SDRAM @ 400 MHz||512 MB SDRAM @ 400 MHz||512 MB SDRAM @ 400 MHz||512 MB SDRAM @ 400 MHz|
|USB 2.0||4x USB Ports||4x USB Ports||2x USB Ports||1x USB Port|
|Power Draw / voltage||1.8A @ 5V||1.8A @ 5V||1.2A @ 5V||1.8A @ 5V|
|GPIO||40 pin||40 pin||26 pin||120 pin|
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