Raspberry Pi 4 microcomputers are a hot commodity, so hot that prices are significantly inflated. So forget overpaying for a Pi, buy a used NUC instead—it’s a much better value.
The Pi Shortage Pricing Changes the Equation
That sweet $35 price point is one of the best things about the Raspberry Pi and exactly why the Pi has become the foundation of so many projects. We love the Pi, and over the years, we’ve written lots of tutorials about it. I’ve used Pi boards for media centers, home servers, hobby projects, you name it. So it’s safe to say we’re big fans.
But shortages that started in 2020 and remain ongoing have changed the landscape. You can’t get your hands on a Pi board for $35 right now (and you won’t be able to for the foreseeable future). Now your best bet to get a Pi is…
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