Petoi’s Bittle is not just a cool pet toy robot dog — it is also a great STEM learning tool for anyone who wants to learn the basics of robotics, programming, and AI.
Taking the power of an Intel Celeron N5105 and merging it with the venerable Arduino affords LattePanda 3 Delta to be a versatile Raspberry Pi alternative.
Pine64’s latest RISC-V soldering iron comes in at a low price point, but with features commonly found on more expensive irons.
How warm is it? Is the air too humid? Are there volatile organic compounds in the air? Enviro Indoor will help you find out.
An alternative to monochrome e-paper badges like the Badger 2040. Tufty 2040 eschews offers 2.4 inch full color IPS, packed into a great form factor.
The CrowPi L is a powerful Raspberry Pi-powered laptop STEM Kit for kids that teaches programming and coding through a series of engaging lessons and fun activities.
It may look like a micro:bit but Elecfreaks Pico:ed is powered by Raspberry Pi’s RP2040 and ready to introduce the world of electronics to the classroom.
The Raspberry Pi Pico W gives us the same form factor and performance as its predecessor, but adds onboard Wi-Fi for just $2 more.
More powerful than the Raspberry Pi 4, and just as easy to use. The Khadas VIM4 is more expensive but that cost translates to more power in a familiar form factor.
The RP2040 is a jack-of-all-trades, and a master of all. Servo 2040 sees the chip controlling 18 servos, and reading six inputs all at once.
It may not be the first product to use the form factor, but StackyPi offers an interesting, if tricky way to use Raspberry Pi HATs with the RP2040 SoC.
Starting at $259, Vizy provides a fun introduction to AI, machine learning and computer vision wrapped up in a bright green case.
The humble barcode is an amazing form of input, and the latest HAT from SB Components takes advantage of it for our Raspberry Pi projects.
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.
Powered by the RP2040, Solder Party’s RP2040 Stamp is designed to be the heart and soul of your next project. We get all of the GPIO pins, convenient LiPo support and a NeoPixel to sweeten the deal.
Cytron’s Maker Nano RP2040 is a small, RP2040-powered microcontroller that is packed with features for new and seasoned makers.