The Raspberry Pi 4 Model B is the first generational leap for the tiny computer since 2016 and arrives a year earlier than many expected.
The new board is a significant upgrade over the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, offering a faster machine with more memory and support for dual displays.
The bump to the processing power of the Raspberry Pi firmly seals its credentials as a credible low-cost computer for everyday use, with Raspberry Pi 4 handling web browsing and office tasks as well as a budget laptop. As a low cost computer designed for kids to code their first applications, it's never felt better.
One change you will notice is that the Raspberry Pi 4 breaks the Pi's longstanding $35 ceiling. While the base model is still available for $35 with 1GB RAM, it's also available with 2GB memory for $45, and 4GB memory for $55.
Click through the gallery for a guided tour of all the new features on the board.