Following that link, it looks like the new model is using a new and unannounced variant of the Compute Module, the 'Compute Module 4S'?Happy to announce the #RevolutionPi S and SE variants! Both are based on the @Raspberry_Pi compute module 4S - the latest addition to the compute module family, which I bet even @geerlingguy haven't had the chance to try out
It looks like a Compute Module 1-3 form factor SO-DIMM, with similar specs for Ethernet, USB, (no PCIe), etc. — but with a BCM2711 instead of the older SoCs.
I don't see the CM4S listed on the official website: https://www.raspberrypi.com/products/#r ... plications
Nor do I see any mention of it anywhere in the forums, at least... I do see a raspberrypi/linux mention here: https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux/issues/4857 (since the HDMI1 (2nd HDMI port) is missing).
- Is this definitely a 'thing'?
- Will it be available for purchase at some point, or is it exclusively manufactured for Revolution Pi?