Great bit of clickbait...Mention pi5 in headline, then say its not being worked on in article.
Losing the 2 mini HDMI and downgrading to a single post does not sound good to me.
Pausing development on PI5 sounds reasonable to me. If you can’t get the chips for your current kit what hope have you to get the upgraded/ new chips for the latest dev and then let down customers who want the latest tech. Wait a bit of time and work out what you can get and when, then design around that and maintain a good client base.Losing the 2 mini HDMI and downgrading to a single post does not sound good to me. We code on one screen and run results on the second screen with debugging on the first screen. To need to switch apps on the screen breaks concentration and costs time. I would happily loose 2 USB ports to make space as I can extend a single port with an external set of USBs if necessary. If they could use the USB as a Video port with an adapter (like the pi Zero mini HDMI) as a second HDMI screen that would be useful.An updated touch screen….update to what. A touch screen does almost what it says on the tin. Only if it was bigger, or brighter, or had integrated flat speakers on the back could you call it an update IMHO
Why the heck they are going to use a Snapdragon CPU when the guy works for Broadcom? It's going to be a Broadcom SoC, like it or leave it.Anyways, what the company needs to do is to segmentate the market. Have one line of Raspberries for school like it's been for years with various models with moderate specs but low price, another for handheld devices focused on very low power usage with less I/O ports and another for heavy tasks, such as high end CPU+GPU + various configurations of decent amount of RAM, for use on virtualization, emulation or high server load tasks. Any of the configurations could have something like a Type-C port that could output to 1 or 2 screens up to 2160p60Hz, so you don't need to include 2 video ports. The adapter would come or not with the boards, being able to hook up a standard Type-C to video cable anyways if we only need one monitor. Those adapters are not a big investment, HDMI + VGA is about 8€.That way everyone would be happy of choosing the one they want for the purpose they need.
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