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Raspberry pi3 release soon ?
#16
Sure but there was no rumours before Rpi 2 release either if i remember right

http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=...berry+pi+2
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#17
Spec rumours:
http://www.sweclockers.com/nyhet/21794-r...-bluetooth

"Just over a year after the launch of Raspberry Pi Model B 2 is the sequel to the input for launch leap day February 29 - exactly four years after the first model was available for order . The details around the Raspberry Pi Model B 3 , however, has so far been shrouded in mystery .

Now vBulletin reveal some of the main news with Raspberry Pi 3. First of all, enkortsdatorn a faster quad-core processor at 1.2 GHz , up from 0.9 GHz predecessor. Whether it be about the Broadcom BCM2836 with elevated clock speeds , or a completely new creation is not clear .

In addition to higher performance will be also integrated support for wireless connectivity in the form of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth , which is probably the main reasons for the relatively high introductory price of 499 crowns"
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#18
Well, it's real.. Here are the FCC documents for the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B:

https://fccid.io/2ABCB-RPI32

Assuming it's a "3" I'd assume it's a new or refreshed SOC? It seems as well the RAM is on the rear side, not package on package. could it mean a 2GB version as well..? We'll see next week I guess.
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#19
Some dealer in sweden also report of incoming model xxx from Rpi on monday so ...
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#20
Photos and early details of a Raspberry Pi 3 with onboard Wi-Fi and Bluetooth LE support have emerged today. http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/02/26/raspberry_pi_3/
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#21
Looking at the pictures a bit it seems like this is more of a Raspberry PI 2 B+. It's probably the same soc, but could be a different revision (higher clock?), while the RAM, USB to LAN chip are the same as 2B. The only difference seems to be the bluetooth+wifi chipset on the rear side. Oh well...
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#22
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Picture says 1,2Ghz
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#23
And 64 bit. And blue top on usb's Big Grin
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#24
We'll see.

I doubt I will get one right away, I didn't with the Pi2. From my point of view the only thing I can see it'll bring to my particular party is the possibility of reliable H.265. I am still using original RPI Bs as media centres every day and will continue to do so until they fail or become defunct.
HTPCs: RPI 3B+ with LibreELEC 9.x.x & Chromecast with Google TV
Audio: Pioneer VSX-819HK & S-HS 100 5.1 Speakers
Server: HP Compaq Pro 6300, 4GB RAM, 7.75TB, Bodhi Linux 5.x, NFS, MySQL
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#25
Amazeballs Big Grin Time to open few beers to celebrate Cool
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#26
(2016-02-27, 11:41)MONSTA Wrote: blue top on usb's Big Grin

On one of the FCC photo you can spell the letters on the smsc chip
https://fccid.io/document.php?id=2912410
I think it is 514, so it is the same old one.
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#27
Not super exiting
Is 64bit gonna make any big difference on openelec?

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#28
The only part that surprises me is that they updated the chip to be 64-bit. From what I'm told (and I could be totally wrong) is that 64-bit doesn't always make a big difference or mean "faster". It's an improvement, and the RPF likes to include those whenever possible, but Pi2 to Pi3 will likely be a smaller jump in performance than we saw with Pi1 to Pi2.
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#29
Details of the next member of the successful Raspberry Pi family have become available as part of FCC testing documents. The Pi 3 finally includes WiFi and Bluetooth LE.

http://www.i-programmer.info/news/91-har...tooth.html
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#30
Any info about the GPU?
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