In such a short space of time, the RP2040 has disrupted the microcontroller community and we now have a smörgåsbord of RP2040 boards to choose from.
Team Superior Tech has created what they call the Superior Boy which relies on our favorite microprocessor, the RP2040.
Dmitry Grinberg is using a Raspberry Pi Pico to power his PalmOS project featuring a custom platform called rePalm.
The Ruiz brothers have created a Raspberry Pi tombstone project for Adafruit that’s totally spooky and fun to make.
Waveshare's RP2040-PiZero development board offers digital video output and programmable USB port for those wishing to code their latest retro gaming project
Bob from TheKeebProject has created an RP2040 PCB capable of running Doom inside a keyboard keycap.
Cytron’s $14 Robo Pico provides plenty of fun for very little money. Robotics, sensors, lights, sound are all achievable with zero soldering and your choice of programming language.
Fingerpunch has made a beautiful set of PCBs for custom split ergonomic keyboards that rely on dual RP2040 processors.
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