We've effectively turned back the clock to early 2020 with the reintroduction of the 1GB version at £34 pricing.
The Raspberry Pi 1GB variant is suitable for a wide range of IoT applications at home, and it should work well in many other projects. Although 1GB may be a constraint for some embedded computing users, it is less of a hardship than it is for desktop and media consumers.
Is 1GB sufficient for the Raspberry Pi?
The 4GB version is always the safe option, but if you have a specific use case that won't be processing a lot of data and won't be adding a display, the 1GB version should be enough.
How much memory do you require? (1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB, or 8 GB?)
Best answer: Buy the model with the most RAM your budget permits unless you plan to use your Raspberry Pi over the network without its own display and keyboard. If you want to run things headless, you can save money by purchasing the 1GB version.
The Raspberry Pi 4 is the first device to include multiple RAM options. You may get 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, or 8GB of storage depending on how much you'll need to complete the things you want to do, and each tier comes at a different price, ranging from £34 to £74. Even though the price difference isn't significant, you still want to make the best decision.
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