The Raspberry Pi Foundation launched the Compute Module 3+ earlier this week, which is the last of the 40nm Pi boards. That means talk has inevitably turned to the Raspberry Pi 4, and founder Eben Upton is happy to hint at what to expect.
Looking for more power than a RasperryPi Zero but a full sized Pi 3 B+ is just too big?
Take a look at the Raspberry Pi 3 A+, the same CPU as the B+.
It removes the Ethernet port and a majority of the USB ports, leaving you with 1 USB 2.0 port. Packing it all into a smaller form factor for those specific project needs.
This is perfect for Retropie consoles and game devices that don’t need the Ethernet port, or access of USB ports.
Available Here – Raspberry Pi 3 A+