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Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ Launches


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You may remember back in March last year the Model 3B+ launched , offering improved performance, a heat spreader, and power optimizations for better temperature control.


The main Pi boards rely on SD cards for storage, but the Foundation uses more reliable Flash memory on the Compute Modules.


Both the CM1 and CM3 ship with 4GB of eMMC Flash memory, but responding to calls for more flexibility, the CM3+ will be offered as four different products with varying amounts of storage and therefore price.


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