SparkFun’s Pro Micro RP2040 gives us the best of many boards all for $10
A bespoke programmable keyboard based around the RP2040 ‘Pi Silicon’ which aims to save power users time and keystrokes.
Adafruit’s latest RP2040 board is “the middle child” of an excellent range of boards. Luckily it isn’t a problem child.
Adafruit’s smallest RP2040 board may lack GPIO pins but it brings plenty of power and flexibility to your projects.
Adding machine learning to your Raspberry Pi Pico projects has just become easier with an all in one kit that will have you detecting people in no time.
PiTray Mini offers an upgradeable Raspberry Pi for not a lot of money, but is this too much to hope for?
Pico 2 Pi Adaptor has a simple goal, to use Raspberry Pi add ons with the Raspberry Pi Pico, and this board does it so well!
A low cost board that comes preloaded with a Raspberry Pi Pico, ready to power your electronics experiments.
Adafruit’s first ‘Pi Silicon’ board arrives and in no time at all it makes itself right at home in our next project.
The first RP2040 based board from a Raspberry Pi Pico partner, it is also the smallest and has features not present on the official development board.
A simple and cost effective entry into animations, games and scrolling text for your Raspberry Pi Pico.
A one-stop shop of features designed to enhance the Raspberry Pi Pico experience and help everyone to experiment with electronics.
One of the first add-ons designed exclusively for the Raspberry Pi Pico provides attractive rainbow colors and configurable buttons.
In a break from the norm, the latest Raspberry Pi is a $4 microcontroller featuring the first ‘Pi Silicon’ created by Raspberry Pi