$5 won’t get you very far, but with Seeed’s latest RP2040 based board it can open a world of electronics and fun.
We test out MakerDisk’s line of microSD cards and SSDs, all of which come with Raspberry Pi OS preloaded.
A custom RP2040 powered board designed for use with RGB LEDs. The hardware is solid, as is the software which supports it.
Seeed’s latest Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 carrier board is much more than a breakout board. reTerminal provides the Raspberry Pi experience in a compact form factor.
The best codable keypad on the market, Adafruit’s MacroPad RP2040 is stuffed with features you won’t find elsewhere.
Build embedded servers, stream media, and route your traffic with Seeed’s latest Compute Module 4 carrier board.
Another $10 RP2040 powered board that demands your attention, especially if you want to build robots.
Asus’ track record with single board computers hasn’t been the best, and the Tinker Board 2S is no different.
A curated Raspberry Pi Pico kit designed to spark the imagination of those eager to learn coding and electronics.
Building robots with Kitronik’s new boards is a great learning experience, made simple with good hardware and clever software.
Akasa’s latest passively cooled case bears a striking “maze” heat sink and simple looks designed to keep your Raspberry Pi 4 cool under pressure.
The Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect sees the Arduino and Raspberry Pi come together to provide a microcontroller with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Pimoroni’s Pico LiPo takes the already-great Raspberry Pi Pico and sprinkles all the extras to make this the ideal Pico.
A pack that simply clips to your Raspberry Pi Pico, opening up IoT projects for the Raspberry Pi Pico.
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.