Just because the Raspberry Pi Model A is newer doesn’t mean that it’s better, though. Raspberry designed the two Pis for different uses. Where the Model B is aimed at DIYers and educational settings, the Model A is expected to be used widely in industrial settings. Consequently, Raspberry focused on lower power requirements. The Model A has 256MB of RAM (to the Model B’s 512MB) and the Model A lacks an Ethernet port.
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