Raspberry Pi Reviews
A low cost case for your Raspberry Pi 4 which boasts an aluminum heatsink but sub par cooling performance.
The latest RP2040 board from Pimoroni is crowned by a gorgeous 2.9-inch e-paper display. But this is much more than just a geeky conference badge, this is a tiny, low power information console.
Resembling a sci-fi prop, Argon 40’s latest Raspberry Pi case is much more than a case. It is a full NAS solution powered by the mighty Raspberry Pi 4.
Simple to build and code, Trilobot from Pimoroni is an excellent platform for building your first, or your latest Raspberry Pi powered robot.
Inside this lovely Super Nintendo case is the Raspberry Pi 4 and with this much power we can emulate many classic consoles and computers from the 1980s to the early 2000s.
At $10 this is an exceptional board for those learning electronics with the Raspberry Pi. Experienced users will also press this board into service to “hack” their HATs.
The long awaited update for the Raspberry Pi Zero W sees the same quad-core CPU as found in the Raspberry Pi 3. But don’t expect the same performance.
A pocket sized handheld games console powered by the Raspberry Pi RP2040 and your coding skills.
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