Almost this time last month we looked at the Model B+ hardware compared to Raspberry Pi 2 without review insight. Now we are in March 2015, there’s plenty of hands-on reviews with the Raspberry Pi 2 and stock can be found on eBay at the very least. We also wanted to roundup some of the best video reviews found online.
If you are interested in buying the Raspberry Pi 2, then we recommend you look on eBay UK and USA for some of the latest deals. It is possible to get just the price you want, if you head to auction and don’t rush into a purchase. Remember there are those that plan to hike up the price on eBay, which happens a lot when stock is low at retailers.
One option we found on eBay USA had a Raspberry Pi 2 with a Quad Core CPU, 1GB RAM and free shipping anywhere in the world for $49.22. This particular listing and many others can be seen just by searching Raspberry Pi 2 on your countries eBay, but remember this is a little more than the recommended retail price thanks to low stock in most locations.
Raspberry Pi 2 review roundup – you can find 5 videos below this article that have already had a few hundred thousand views between them. The hands-on videos give Product Reviews reader a really good look at what to expect from Raspberry Pi 2, especially if you are considering a purchase of this revision in 2015.
In a nutshell, the majority of reviewers found the Raspberry Pi 2 setup remarkable in their tests and delivers a powerful little hackable machine capable of running multiple OS. Look below for detailed reviews, unboxing and setups, how much faster the boot-up time is, and an overview for newbies. The second to last Raspberry Pi 2 video review also features retro gaming and showcases Blu-ray movies as well.
The final video looks at the new Raspberry Pi 2 Model B with a review comparing performance head-to-head with the original model. The speed differences couldn’t be more clear, so take a look and then share a comment. We would also love to hear about retail locations with plenty of Raspberry Pi 2 stock at the normal price.
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