Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 8GB

(11 customer reviews)



  • Broadcom BCM2711, quad-core Cortex-A72 (ARM v8) 64-bit SoC @ 1.5GHz
  • 4/5.0 GHz 802.11ac supported wireless network, Bluetooth 5.0, BLE supported
  • 2xUSB 3.0, 2xUSB 2.0 ports
  • 2 × micro-HDMI ports (4K 60fps supported)
  • 2-line MIPI DSI display port
  • 2-line MIPI CSI camera port
  • Audio + composite video output over 4-pole 3.5mm connection

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Controlling electric motor movements
can make your IP camera, device
on/off projects,
can turn their computers with keyboard, screen and charge,
Can extinguish LED light designs
, Robotics projects,
It can be used in software development,
game machine
can do, Media Center redirect
, I can prepare a network system,
You can use it as a media tool by connecting it to a TV or monitor.
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11 reviews for Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 8GB

  1. Parjintes

    You got to have an SD card to make the Raspberry PI-4 come up. I don’t think this card came with any SD cards and it was almost $10 to order a 64GB card. It is not so much the cost as the inconvenience of not “running out of the box.” I tried using another SD card from another Raspberry PI-4, but I get nasty messages casting dispersions on my heredity. I had to order more SD cards.

  2. Stan Silverman

    No problem installing Home Assistant. Has been running for about a month now with no issues.

  3. Nicholas

    La livraison dans mon pays a eu lieu dans un délai très court. L’emballage est très bien fait. La qualité est très bonne. Je ne l’ai pas encore téléchargé. Si possible, je posterai ici à nouveau.

  4. Michael Helms

    I’ve been using computers in one capacity or another since the early 1980’s, and I’ve never been shy with my criticism of any computing platform. I also try my best not to be religious; I’m typing this review on a MacBook Pro, but on a daily basis I also use Windows, Linux, Android and OpenBSD. That said, I really do believe that the Raspberry Pi is one of the 10 best computers ever … and that puts it in high ranks with the likes of the original Macintosh, the original IBM PC, the Commodore 64, and the original iMac.Sometimes the best computers are the best because they’re cheap and approachable, and that’s exactly what the Raspberry Pi strives to be. It will never win in any benchmark tests, nor will it become the platform of choice for compute intensive operations like bitcoin mining. But it more than makes up for that by being the sort of board that an auspicious 10 year old could learn and master, and then go on to build any number of gadgets and trinkets. This is the Lego of computers, and its two digit price point means that the cost of making a mistake is much lower.Cheap isn’t enough, though. By running Linux (and a reasonably well developed distribution of Linux at that), it gives people a platform on which to learn virtually every programming language that can be practicably used in 2020. The Pi can be a LAMP server for PHP web development just as easily as it can be a platform for Python, C++, Java, or dozens (perhaps hundreds?) of other languages that could be useful.And it’s not just languages. This could be a platform on which to learn any number of frameworks, from Hadoop to Spring. Or it could be used to learn networking. Or even hardware development, with its robust busses and interfaces.Or maybe learning isn’t your thing, in which case the Pi could be a file server. Or a media server. Or a web server. Or an email server. Or a robust little desktop for all manner of noodling. For those that tinker with 3d printers, the Raspberry Pi opens up a world of true computing power (in a tiny package) to all manner of 3d printed gadgets.And here’s the best part: when someone “outgrows” the Pi, there are a plethora of platforms on which to migrate. In fact, one could even argue that “if you can make it work on a Pi, you can make it work anywhere.”Criticisms abound about the Pi, and that’s always going to be the case with any platform. Nothing can be everything to everyone, especially at a price point like this. Some of these criticisms are fair (like the Pi’s incompatibility with the current Apple USB-C power bricks), and others are simply people looking to be armchair critics (like the criticism that there’s not enough software). And as is the case with any computer purchase, you’ll increase your chances of satisfaction if you have a good objective sense of what you’re looking for. But if you don’t, this is a very low cost way to get into the world of nuts-and-bolts computer tinkering, and for that reason it more than deserves five stars in my books.

  5. Donald DiVita

    It’s a Raspberry Pi. It’s just an expensive Raspberry Pi.

  6. Maccnh

    The price of the RPI is nuts, but need them for 3D printing. All have work very well

  7. JimArk

    I love the raspberry pi but the prices have gone through the roof because they aren’t making enough of them to drive the costs back down to < $100

  8. Charles R. Jones

    Needed PI 4s for my printer farm. Thankfully these weren’t too insanely priced.

  9. 68854565667 Roderick

    Great product, as described, quality material, works very well.

  10. riley febbo

    original item. i bought it when its on sale. if u need one maybe u wanna buy it when there’s a discount 🙂

  11. Haris STANKELOV

    I had no problems with a quality product and delivery.

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Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 8GB


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