I wonder when the CM5 will come out. After they sort out their supply issues, maybe in a years time or more. It would be interesting to see if they can come up with a chip that can beat the RK3588S which is becoming increasingly cheaper and more common. I wonder if they’ll stick to Broadcom, or move to a more freedom living manufacture or come out with a RISC-V board!
I just ordered it last week, maybe im the last one to ship T_T
i ordered mine nov 10th, hopefully i’m in the first batch
I was all exited, got a shipment notification, for my CM4 adapter:/
Historically, the Raspberry Pi foundation tends to release boards in the ‘B’ form factor around a year before releasing a Compute Module board. We’ll probably see a Raspberry Pi 5 B before we see a CM5, whatever it will turn out to be.
Considering that the board is intended for educational use, price and availability will most likely be priorities.
Ah, okay. I was just thinking of 2-3 years ago when the RPi 4B was a powerhouse in terms of computing power compared to other ARM SBC’s. Hoping RPi can do it again!
sidenote, someone with an A06, how’s its performance relative to a rpi4 or some x86 laptop of your choosing, if you don’t mind?
I have the Ao6 devterm and also a S7 Panasonic Toughbook vintage Win 7 running SSD with Pi i86 OS. boot times are similar and SDR performance is similar ive not ran FLDigi on either yet but ive ran Maria DB, Node Red, and Grafana without any noticeable performance impact. biggest issue on Devterm is a adjusted the sleep settings and i have issue on recovery and have to reboot. i us a premium 64GB SD card on the devterm im running n.02 version of Clockwork pi os (latest version)ive tan visual studio and spyder ide for python on an external monitor again no noticeable difference.
Lol, I just had the same exciting feeling followed by a slight disappointment. But hey, at least the’re shipping something!
need some good news - it’s the first day of spring here in the northern hemisphere and I froze my assets off going to work…