Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 has been recently launched, making it available for the customers through the online eCommerce platform. The device is seen as the successor of Raspberry Pi 4 which got released early last year. Hardcore embedded computing applications prefer Raspberry Pi 4 Model B which comes with the system-on-module version. The manufacturing company claims that this device will be coming with 32 variants. These variants option provided with the Raspberry comes with the different RAM configuration options and sizes. All these 32 variant devices come with the 64-bit 1.5GHz quad-core BCM2711 processor as its core internal component. These devices are mostly used by the embedded devices manufacturing companies. These smaller devices provide endless opportunities for computational activities. These devices are the lower version of the CPU which also comes with the RAM and processor for processing the digital inputs.
Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 Specification
Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 is the most advanced and powerful device that the company has produced to date. Four Flash memory options are provided with the compact device which also has an option for wireless connectivity. This device comes with dual HDMI interfaces which can be used for connecting with the monitor. Prior models of the device were designed to have a single HDMI port which allows the user to connect the single monitor. These ports provided with the embedded device are capable of providing resolutions up to 4K. Along with the HDMI interface option, the device comes with the single-lane PCI Express 2.0 interface. These two interfaces allow the user to communicate with the device while processing the computational operations.
Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 Feature
The device has multiple ports provided along the sides to connect the external device. The ports include dual MIPI DSI display and dual MIPI CSI-2 camera interfaces. The 32 variants of the device come with different RAM options which range between 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, or 8GB LPDDR4-3200 SDRAM. Each variant of the device comes with a different eMMC flash storage option. Raspberry has been developing small devices that provide improvised performance with the optimized digital logic pattern. To process video content, the device gets VideoCore VI graphics. These devices are designed to perform OpenGL ES 3.x options. 4Kp60 hardware decode of H.265 is an advanced option that enables the device in processing hardcore video content. These features are seen as a great improvement from the first version of the Raspberry. The device supports 1080p60 hardware decode which is an advanced feature that generates a high-quality video decoding mechanism.
The device also has a 2.4GHz + 5GHz 802.11b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi option for connecting the wireless internet. Even though the last version of the device comes with the Wi-Fi option, the connectivity has been improved to a considerable extent by increasing the Wi-Fi range. The device also gets Bluetooth 5.0 wireless connectivity for connecting with external devices for sharing information. New IO Board is launched along with the device that provides a support Compute Module to standard connectors. This component comes with many new features like a Gigabit Ethernet jack, a MicroSD card socket, a 40-pin GPIO connector, and a real-time clock with battery backup.