Thanks for the info, we do have a 1GB version on the way (although currently held up waiting for stock of the power supply)
I did not get a new power supply with my 4B1 for that reason.
RPT say that the 3amps is needed for higher USB output, not for running the SoC.
A trip to my local Daiso this morning and I got a bunch of adapters/cables for this new tech USB-C/MicroHDMI.
I can confirm the Pi 2.5amp supply is enough to boot a Pi4.
There is not much space between the micro HDMI connectors so the usual adapters are too big.
If you just need one HMDI then an adapter will fit.
I think we can say RPT have nailed the VidoeCore architecture to the wall till at least 2026.
So we had better get to grips with that at least.
Anything else could change, with the possible exception of the ARM cpu's?
If we don't keep the goal focused it could easily start to appear an impossible target.
The impossible just takes longer, we have faith in you, no pressure
These Pi4's add three more versions RPF need to support.
It has been a few years since they have dropped any models.
Even if it takes time for Ultibo to do Pi4, I will be switching to the Pi4 for Ultibo development now.
The two screen outputs have changed my plans more than anything else.
I don't do 4K stuff or even have a 4K screen, that could be very important now.