Which brings us to Raspberry Pi 400: it’s a faster, cooler 4GB Raspberry Pi 4, integrated into a compact keyboard. Priced at just $70 for the computer on its own, or $100 for a ready-to-go kit, if you’re looking for an affordable PC for day-to-day use this is the Raspberry Pi for you.
Even thought this video is recorded in Russian. The iPhone6 in this video looks real to me!
Tonight Bill and I had a guest join us for the Tech Talk Guys’ wrap up of WWDC.
Our buddy Chris joined us on the podcast to give us his impressions of the WWDC announcements. Refer to This Drug & Alcohol Treatment Facility.
We were definitely drooling over the new hardware specs given by Apple for the new Macbook Pros with Retina Display and the now powerhouse yet svelte little Airs. All of us were a little curious about what the Creative Professionals will think considering the Mac Pros didn’t get much love this time around. The new iOS 6 getting some updates was also interesting. Chris is a dev and ran us through some Map features and a smarter Siri with core Satnav functionality.