The Raspberry Pi Foundation just released the Raspberry Pi 3 A+: a form-factor version of the B+ with less RAM (512 MB of SDRAM instead of 1GB), only one USB port and no Ethernet port.
The A+ base unit is now selling for 25$, 10$ cheaper than its bigger brother, the B+.
Also, The Raspberry Pi Foundation announced on their website that the A+ will be their last “classic” (oh no, not another classic system!) Pi product before moving on to an evolved design and probably a new line of Raspberry Pi(s).
Will the A+ be a solid option for plugging our 240p solutions into?
Official website: https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/