The new Raspberry Pi 4 operating system is all ready to support 4K video
Raspberry Pi is one of the most talked operating systems in recent times. All people wish is that the operating system has some kind of oomph for the homebrew projects. The Raspberry Pi foundation is exactly what you will be needing as an operating system. The Raspberry Pi 4 Model B is one of the newly released operating systems and is used all over in different tiny computers which has an onboard design. It comes with an onboard design with a groundbreaking boost in the performance, especially in the media department. The new 1.5 GHz quad-core Broadcom processor is basically the reason. Along with the H.265 decoding, it comes with two micro-HDMI ports along with a 4 GB RAM which is LPDDR4. The Raspberry Pi 4 can deliver an output of 4K video at around 60 frames per second.
In a theoretical basis, this device serves as a modern do it yourself media hub. The Raspberry Pi Foundation also claims that it is very fast in nature and also compete with the entry level x86 PCs.
Here you will be able to get updated connectivity which includes the support of Bluetooth version 5.0 along with the support of 2 USB ports each 3.0. There is also the support of 2.0 USB ports in the Raspberry Pi. In addition, you can expect about 802.11ac Wi-Fi along with Ethernet so that it can keep the Raspberry Pi operating system online.
The price is shaken up because of the option of a variable shake-up which is very normal when it comes to the release of Raspberry Pi. There is a base model available in the market now, which comes with a 1 GB RAM and the cost is also very cheap at around $35. If you are looking for 2GB version, then you will have to spend around $45. The 3 GB version is priced at around $55. A spokesperson from the company said:
“The pricing is very attractive and it is perfect for people looking for a new tiny computer.”