Raspberry Pie 4 just got released and it is the smallest Computer that you can play some games on. The base model costs only $35 and it is the easiest way to get into learning not only how a computer works, but especially learning how to work on the Linux OS.
One of the cool parts about the Raspberry Pie 4 is that it supports multiple displays. This year’s Raspberry Pie has got a significant upgrade. For the same price as last year’s model, you are getting a more powerful CPU and more options for more RAM. As well as a ton of small but very nice improvements.
We are also getting USB 3.0, gigabit ethernet, AC wifi, and Bluetooth 5.0. It also offers a USB C port and supports a 4K display on two 4K monitors at the same time. So, you’ll experience multitasking with a 2 display set-up in just $35 with the base model. You will get the 1GB RAM model for $35, 2GB RAM for $45, and 4GB RAM for $55.
Austin Evans reviewed the product on his official YouTube channel on October 30th, 2019. He compared it with a high-power gaming PC by playing CS: GO on both the machines at the same time. The game was running fine on both devices. It showed that the new Raspberry Pie 4 has the capability of running some games.
He also showed how you can emulate sone Nintendo 64 and Nintendo DS games such as Automobili Lamborghini, Mario Cart, and Pokémon. Hence, you’ll get to play these classics and some other games on a computer that costs between $35 and $55. Also, don’t forget the cool Linux Operating System.
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