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Raspberry Pi 3BPLUS-R 1.4 GHz 1 GB RAM 64-Bit Quad Core Processor Single Board Computer - Green
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RASPBERRY PI 3 MODEL B+
1.4GHz 64-bit quad-core processor, dual-band wireless LAN, Bluetooth 4.2/BLE, faster Ethernet, and Power-over-Ethernet support (with separate PoE HAT) Processor
-Processor frequency: 1.4 MHz
-Processor model: BCM2837B0
-64-bit computing: Y
-Maximum internal memory: 1 GB
-Internal memory type: LPDDR2 SDRAM
-Compatible memory cards: MicroSD (TransFlash)
Ports & interfaces
-Ethernet LAN: Y
-USB version: 2.0
-USB ports quantity: 4
-Wi-Fi standards: IEEE 802.11ac,IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g,IEEE 802.11n
-Ethernet interface type: Gigabit Ethernet
-Audio port type: 3.5mm
-Headphone out: Y
-Bluetooth version: 4.2 BLE
-HDMI ports quantity: 1
-MPI DSI interface: Y
-MPI CSI interface: Y
-Form factor: System on Module
-DC input voltage: 5 V
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Performance wise this is not a big upgrade, ~20% if generous for almost 75% more power. While Pi3 would be OK with a 2A PSU you may need 2.5A+ for this thus it depends whether you need the extra performance.
LAN is now gigabit but limited by USB2 bus - still faster than 100Mbit but are you really going to need such bandwidth from a Pi?
WiFi gets a big update now supporting 5GHz and higher rates (up to 433Mbps) thus a lot better than Pi3. BT is now version 4.2 and naturally supports LE. You may also get away with using WiFi + BT simultaneously with it which was unreliable on Pi3. But still best to use LAN if you're going to use BT.
The WiFi chip is now also shielded and the antenna is snazzier. Unfortunately still no UFL/IPX connector for external antenna and perhaps it is now harder to solder your own. But gain is better than the Pi3 so you may be OK. Of course you can always add a 3-rd party WiFi or BT dongle.
There is now a heat dissipation plate over the SoC but to be honest you should be using a heatsink already, they're cheap. But heatsinks for Pi3 may not work (like the great SNES over-board one).
If you need a fast Pi and want to save money and will use LAN then go for Pi3. If you're going to use WiFi then get this one.
Edit..Failed few hours later, found unsolded joints. :(