Raspberry Pi 4 B with 2, 4 or 8GB of RAM ($35, $55 or $75): This is the latest model, and the 8GB edition is the top-of-the line. If you are planning to do physical computing (build a robot or gadget), 2GB should be fine, but 4GB is better if you plan to do web surfing and run programs on the Pi itself. The 8GB model is overkill for most current users, but as more software and a 64-bit OS come out, it will become more useful.Raspberry Pi Zero W ($10): This is the least powerful Pi, but it’s also super tiny (about the size of a USB Flash drive) and super cheap, so you can use it in a lot of different projects. It has both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, so it can connect to your network and devices. There’s also a Raspberry Pi Zero that has no wireless connectivity, but we wouldn’t recommend that because it’s not much cheaper and in some places is the same price as the Zero W. If you plan to use the GPIO pins, you will need to attach your own (unless you buy one with them … [Read more...] about Raspberry Pi: Projects, Tutorials, Models, How to Get Started
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Measuring 213 mm x 176.6 x 12mm (8.38 x 6.95 x 0.47 inch) the tablet comes with an 8 inch IPS touch screen at 1280 x 800 resolution. An internal 5000 mAh Li-Po battery provides power to the tablet, and can be charged via a USB C charger. Wireless connectivity is via 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0. A built in 5 megapixel camera can be used for projects and webcam duties. … [Read more...] about CutiePi: Raspberry Pi Projects on the Go
SpecificationsIntel Celeron J4115 Gemini Lake quad core CPU 1.8 GHz, turbo to 2.3 GHz.Intel UHD Graphics 600 up to 700 MHzDual-channel SO-DIMM Memory DDR4-PC19200 (2400MT/s) supporting up to 32GB RAMM.2 PCIe 2.0 x4 slot for one NVMe storage, 2x SATA 3.0 ports, eMMC flash supportHDMI 2.0 up to 4K (4096×2160) @ 60 HzDisplayPort 1.2 up to 4K (4096×2160) @ 60 HzDual 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet (RJ45) via RTL8125B chipset24-pin header with I2C, UART (3.3V), USB2.0 and HDMI CEC signals14V to 20V DC power inputThe Intel Celeron J4115 may not be a powerhouse but it does provide a decent desktop experience or as the basis for a low power home server setup. The RAM choice, fast 2.5 Gigabit ports and the plethora of built in storage options mean that this is an all round great single board computer and desktop replacement. … [Read more...] about ODROID-H2+ An x86 Board to Challenge Raspberry Pi?
All of the USB, micro HDMI, Ethernet ports present on the Pi 4 have an appropriate cut out on the case including the GPIO which has a slot on the rear side of the case. This case does not work with Raspberry Pi add on boards, “HATs”, but breakout ribbon cables can be used to provide a connection to the GPIO. … [Read more...] about SilverStone Launches Aluminum Case For Raspberry Pi 4
Cooler Master, better known for their range of PC cases and cooling accessories have dipped their toe into the world of the Raspberry Pi by releasing their first case designed for the Raspberry Pi 4. Rather than offering their case for general retail, Cooler Master have taken the unusual route of setting up a Kickstarter to support the case. … [Read more...] about Cooler Master Enter The Raspberry Pi Case Arena