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    For Raspberry Pi's 8th Birthday and falling RAM prices have allowed the Raspberry Pi Foundation to cut the price of the 2GB Raspberry Pi 4 to $35

     

    RASPBERRY PI 4 MODEL B, 2GBRASPBERRY PI 4 MODEL B, 2GB

     

    To quote the Raspberry Pi Foundation's Announcement:

    https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/new-price-raspberry-pi-4-2gb/

     

    "The fall in RAM prices over the last year has allowed us to cut the price of the 2GB variant of Raspberry Pi 4 to $35.

    Effective immediately, you will be able to buy a no-compromises desktop PC for the same price as Raspberry Pi 1 in 2012. In comparison to that original machine, we offer:

     

    • 40× the CPU performance
    • 8× the memory
    • 10× the I/O bandwidth
    • 4× the number of pixels on screen
    • Two screens instead of one
    • Dual-band wireless networking

    And of course, thanks to inflation, $35 in 2012 is equivalent to nearly $40 today. So effectively you’re getting all these improvements, and a $5 price cut.

     

    We’re going to keep working to make Raspberry Pi a better desktop computer. But this feels like a great place to be, eight years in. We hope you’ve enjoyed the first eight years of our journey as much as we have: here’s to another eight!

     

    FAQs

    Is this a permanent price cut?

    Yes.

     

    What about the 1GB product?

    In line with our commitment to long-term support, the 1GB product will remain available to industrial and commercial customers, at a list price of $35. As there is no price advantage over the 2GB product, we expect most users to opt for the larger-memory variant.

     

    What about the 4GB product?

    The 4GB variant of Raspberry Pi 4 will remain on sale, priced at $55."

     

    RASPBERRY PI 4 MODEL B, 2GBRASPBERRY PI 4 MODEL B, 2GB