Raspberry Pi is now a bit of a household name.
Its easy to understand why.
Its cheap, it’s fast and the Raspberry Pi line of microcontrollers has helped power the rise of the web and AI, along with a host of other devices.
The latest model of the Raspberry pi comes with a powerful processor and plenty of RAM, all for under $25.
However, if you want to stream your favourite shows and movies to your TV, the Pi 3, 3.0 and 3.2 models have all got you covered.
There are also other devices that are more affordable but offer more storage.
These include the Asus Chromebook Flip, the HP Chromebook R and the Razer Blade.
And the Raspberry is no longer the only option to watch a 4K movie or 4K video with 1080i resolution and high frame rate.
We’ve been able to stream a handful of movies on our Pi 3 model for around $30.
There is a decent amount of RAM available to upgrade your Pi with.
But with the Raspberry now making its way into the hands of people who want to go beyond just playing games, the Raspberry 3 model is a good option for those looking for a bit more.
So how does it work?
Read on to find out.
What you need to know Before we dive into the Raspberry, let’s talk a bit about the Pi itself and how it works.
Raspberry Pi Model 3, Model 3.4 and 3 series (2017 onwards) The Pi 3 comes with the most RAM of the Pi series.
It has 32GB of RAM and is a great value for around £20.
However it’s not quite as powerful as some of its competitors, and it lacks 4K support.
It’s a good deal cheaper than the Pi 2 series and it has all the features you’ll need for streaming your favourite programmes to your television.
RaspberryPi 3 Model 3A (2016 onwards) Raspberry Pi Pi 3 models have been around since 2014, but they’ve only been on sale in select parts of the world for the last couple of years.
The Raspberry Pi has gone through a lot of changes, but the most important is that it has become much faster, quieter and more versatile.
It is now much more capable of running apps and games than its predecessors.
However there are still some caveats that we’ll tackle in our guide to Raspberry Pi.
What is the Raspberry?
The Raspberry is a tiny computer with a quad-core ARM Cortex A7 CPU and 512MB of RAM.
The processor is the same one that powers the Raspberry Zero, the first Raspberry Pi to run Windows.
It also has a USB Type-C port and HDMI port.
A 5V power supply is included in the box.
You can use it as a Pi hub, a WiFi router, a Raspberry TV, and more.
The Model 3B and 3C Raspberry Pi models are the most expensive.
They offer the same RAM as the 3 models, but come with a much faster CPU and faster storage.
They’re also more powerful and are compatible with a wide range of other operating systems.
But the Model 3 models also have a bigger battery.
The 3 Series (2013 onwards) There are four versions of the Model A model.
The B model is the cheapest of the bunch and is available with up to 64GB of memory.
This model is usually available in Europe and in North America, and comes with 2GB of DDR4 RAM. It costs £29.99, and is compatible with Android and Windows.
The C model is more expensive, but also comes with 64GB RAM and offers a faster processor and faster internal storage.
This is compatible only with Android devices.
However this model also comes in 32GB RAM.
If you want a more powerful machine, the 3 Series C model can be yours for £34.99.
There’s also a smaller version, the C3, which comes in 16GB RAM, with a Core i5 processor and a 128GB SSD.
These are more powerful than the Model B, but are only available in North and Europe.
There will be two versions of each of the 3 series models, each with either 32GB or 64GB memory.
What’s the difference between the Raspberry and the Pi?
In many ways, the difference is less obvious.
Both are based on the Raspberry model 3, but with different processors.
The Pi model has a smaller CPU and fewer memory.
The model 3B has more RAM, but a faster CPU.
The more expensive Model 3C has a higher RAM and a bigger storage capacity.
What this means is that while both are based around the same processor, you can use the Raspberry for things like streaming and running apps, and the Model C for more powerful applications and games.
You won’t be able to watch the most popular shows and films with the Pi, but you’ll be able stream and play games on the Pi.
This could mean you can stream games