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Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi 4 Release Date

Brand new Raspberry Pi 4 supports 4GB of RAM and 4K displays

June 24th, 2019

There’s a brand new Raspberry Pi model in town, one that supports up to 4GB of RAM as well as dual 4K display. That’s impressive power from a tiny board that starts at $35, making it a no-brainer purchase. The Raspberry Pi 4 Model B is what you want to be looking for, a device …

Raspberry Pi Zero Price

The $5 computer that can change the world

November 26th, 2015

The world collectively dropped its jaw when the Raspberry Pi was first unveiled. A $35 computer that could be used to power just about anything? Yes, please. Then the even more capable Raspberry Pi 2 came along and earlier models dropped to as low as $20, which is staggering considering the doors that could still …

Raspberry Pi Touch Display $60

7-inch Raspberry Pi touch display goes on sale for just $60

September 8th, 2015

The Raspberry Pi is an awesome low-cost machine that is an incredibly easy way for people who don’t have a lot of disposable income to have their very own computer. Now people who want to give their Pi touchscreen capabilities have the option to transform the mini-computer into a tablet thanks to a new 7-inch touch display …

Raspberry Pi Case

A $9 Case Turns Your Raspberry Pi Into a Fully-Functional Mini PC

June 17th, 2015

The Raspberry Pi continues to be a game-charger. The tiny device burst onto the scene in 2012 as an ultra-affordable PC-on-a-card that could be used by anyone to serve as the brains of all sorts of gadgets. No longer was the task of sourcing computer components and piecing them together a barrier to entry for entrepreneurs and engineers, …