The Raspberry Pi has long been a go-to circuit board for folks who want a tiny, inexpensive PC-esque system for their DIY projects. Today, the Raspberry Pi foundation announced the Raspberry Pi 4, a huge upgrade over its predecessors with nearly 3x the CPU performance, more RAM options, and support for multiple displays starting at the same price as the previous model; just $35.

If you aren’t familiar with the Raspberry Pi, it’s a tiny computer about the size of a deck of cards, complete with a CPU, RAM, USB, Ethernet, and HDMI on board. All you need is a USB power adapter, a microSD card, and (optionally) a case of some sort to get up and running. While you could use it as a desktop computer, the Raspberry Pi is best suited for single-use devices like a media player or portable retro gaming console or, if you’re handy with a soldering iron, more advanced DIY projects.

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