Re: Will we see a Pi 4 in the near future...?
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The price/perfomance at $35 for a Pi 3 is sufficient (or exceeds) the needs of the users of the Raspberry Pi. Building a marginally 'better' board for a higher price, is a much smaller market. There are several out there now.
For embedded builds, eg. something attached to the GPIO system, 100% compatibility is a requirement. Some of the competitors fail to meet 100% compatibility with pins on the GPIO.
Remember, this was originally designed as "in classroom" teaching tool, it has been wildly more successful than expected. The Raspberry Pi Foundation is not in it for the profit.
They are focused on improving software tools for the current time being, and that's fine.
On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 11:19 AM, Max via Groups.Io <kg4pid@...> wrote: