In 2020, the Raspberry Pi is available in several models:
- 3 models of Raspberry Pi 4 with the only difference in the amount of RAM. 1GB, 2GB, 4GB or 8GB
- 2 models of Raspberry Pi 3. model A + and B +
- 2 models of Raspberry Pi Zero W (solder connector) and WH (already soldered connector)
You still don’t know which Raspberry Pi model to choose for your project. Follow this guide which explains everything in detail.
Raspberry Pi 4 (2020) 8GB Starter Kit
The most powerful Raspberry Pi ever created equipped with 8GB of RAM. The rest of the specifications are identical to the other Raspberry Pi 4. The release of the 8GB version results in a lower price for the 2GB and 4GB versions.
USB-C power supply than deliver 5V 3A
Starter Kit Raspberry Pi 4 (2019) 2GB or 4GB
The 1GB version will be discontinued in 2020. Some Asian manufacturers will continue to manufacture the less expensive 1GB version. With the release of the 8GB version, the price of the 2GB and 4GB versions drops.
Starter Kit Raspberry Pi 3 model B+ 1GB
Starter Kit Raspberry Pi 3 model B 1GB (old version)
Starter Kit Raspberry Pi Zero W on sale
connector already soldered
Micro-USB 5V 3A power supply
Micro-USB Power supply for Raspberry Pi 3 model A+, B+ or older
Compute Module CM3+
The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ (CM3+) is a system on modules (SoM) compatible with DDR2-SODIMM containing the processor, the memory, a Flash eMMC (Except the “Lite” version) and electronic circuits. These modules allow designers to use the hardware and the software stack of the Raspberry Pi in their own systems with custom form factors. In addition, the modules have additional I/O interfaces in addition to what is available on Raspberry Pi model A/B cards, offering more options and faster development for the designer. The Compute Module 3+ 32GB has a SODIMM design, 200 pins and contains 32GB of built-in eMMC flash memory.