Everyone knows that one one that can’t cease tinkering with tiny little computer systems and gizmos. We’re these individuals. Which is why this little Raspberry Pi keyboard is any tinkerer’s dream gadget. You recognize, since you at all times find yourself rummaging by way of previous tech to discover a keyboard to regulate your Raspberry Pi.
So this time, Raspberry Pi got here up with an ingenious resolution to this non-issue — the mini PC is constructed immediately into a little bit keyboard. Referred to as the Raspberry Pi 400, the brand new machine packs a quad-core 1.8GHz Broadcom processor, 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM, a gigabit Ethernet port, two USB 3.0 ports, a USB 2.0 port and two micro-HDMI ports. That’s… a number of ports for such a small gadget.
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It’s additionally bought area for a microSD card across the again of the keyboard, in addition to a horizontal 40-pin GPIO header that can be utilized to attach equipment. However wait. THere’s clearly much more packed into the strangest little pc we’ve seen. It additionally helps Bluetooth 5.0 in addition to dual-band Wi-Fi as much as 802.11ac and is powered by way of an ordinary USB-C connection.
Though we’ve got no indication of native availability, we’re holding thumbs to see this little Pi accessible in SA. We’ve gotten many of the earlier Raspberry Pi merchandise accessible domestically, so the identical needs to be true for this one.
In accordance with world pricing, the Raspberry Pi 400 needs to be comparatively reasonably priced for a little bit pc — beginning at $70 for the standalone machine, going as much as $100 for the complete equipment. The complete equipment features a 16GB microSD card that’s preprogrammed with Raspberry Pi OS, a mouse and energy provide, a micro-HDMI to HDMI cable and a newbie’s information.
Supply: The Verge