Even the humble rotary encoder and potentiometers need a little RGB love.
An all in one electronics lab that can be used with Windows, Mac, Linux and Raspberry Pi, the Grove Beginner Kit is easy to use and with great documentation.
The pi-top  is a clever machine that makes learning programming intuitive and accessible with the help of a Raspberry Pi 4.
An all aluminum case with a unique “gem” pattern that offers greater cooling for our Raspberry Pi 4.
Raspberry Pi’s biggest drawback is lack of analog-to-digital conversion. The Pimoroni IO Expander adds ADC, 14 GPIO pins and PWM.
Offering the familiarity of an Intel CPU and Microsoft Windows. Great storage options and two GPIOs for Arduino and Raspberry Pi compatibility.
CrowPi2 is the perfect introduction to the world of Pi projects, basic Python or Scratch programming and Minecraft Pi coding for kids, teens and adults.
The SilverStone Pi02’s aluminum construction provides impressive cooling for using the Raspberry Pi as a computer, but limits access to the GPIO pins that makers require.
With dual wireless connectivity options, the ThinkPad TrackPoint Keyboard II lets you easily switch between multiple devices, including your PC, Raspberry Pi, media center and tablet.