From our friends at TechRadar:
While reviewing the Raspberry Pi 4, it struck us that it seems like only yesterday that we received our first Raspberry Pi. In 2012 a 256MB (yes we were an early adopter) 700MHz Linux PC democratised access to computers, albeit rather slowly.
In the years that have followed the Raspberry Pi has achieved dominance in the single board computer market. But why? Well a single specification helped everyone make the most of what they had. But with the Raspberry Pi 4 we see something much different.
With an understanding of the importance of STEM (opens in new tab) topics in the 21st century education, teachers are increasingly incorporating coding (opens in new tab), makerspace (opens in new tab)and PBL (opens in new tab)into lesson planning. But which technologies are best suited for your classroom and budget? This in-depth review of the technical specifications, performance and functional capacity of the popular Raspberry Pi 4 will help teachers and administrators decide if Raspberry Pi 4 is the education technology of choice for their innovative STEM classrooms. For the full review and verdict, visit techradar.com (opens in new tab)