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We see Raspberry Pi 4 as a PC, and it feels like the ability to drive two displays is a fundamental PC feature. Certainly if you look around our office most desks have two monitors.Why did you decide to add 2 display outputs?
No effect, as we manufacture Raspberry Pi in the UK.Do the tarrifs on China effect raspberry pi pricing?
This is the first time we have a chip that can address more than 1GB of RAM, so this is the first opportunity (or requirement) to go beyond $35. If we'd been able to address 2GB of LPDDR2, I'm sure we would have been selling a $45 Raspberry Pi 3 for a while now.Why was it allowed for a more expensive Raspberry Pi this time, but not any other times?