The Raspberry Pi Foundation released a new model of the Raspberry Pi today. Dubbed the A+, it has more GPIO, a Micro SD slot, and is a lot smaller than the previous model.
Like the Model A, this one still just has 256 MB of RAM and no Ethernet port, but it's now just 65mm in length and manages to consume less power. The new model comes packed with 40 pins on the GPIO, a Micro SD slot, and a new audio output with a low-noise power supply for better quality.
Local pricing for the new model is around $45 from the official Australian distributor. The launch list price is $US20,so it would pay to shop around.
Raspberry Pi Model A+ On Sale Now [Raspberry Pi]