MagPi 77: Make with code

Hey folks, Rob from The MagPi here! Before I head off on my Christmas holidays, I want to introduce you to The MagPi 77 , where we teach you how to make with code.

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MagPi 74: Build a Raspberry Pi laptop!

Hey folks! Rob from The MagPi here with the good news that a brand new issue is out today, with a slightly new look. The MagPi 74 shows you how to build a Pi‑powered laptop, and gives tips on how to recycle an old laptop to use with Pi

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MagPi 72: AI made easy for your Raspberry Pi

Hi folks, Rob from The MagPi here! With AI currently a hot topic in hobby tech, we thought we’d demystify it for you and your Raspberry Pi in The MagPi 72, out now! AI made easy, in issue 72 of The MagPi! The MagPi 72 AI made easy covers several types of current AI and machine learning tech that you, as a hobbyist and consumer, can get your hands on and use with your Pi. Many companies offer voice and image recognition services that work with the help of machine learning, and it’s actually pretty easy to get started with these. We asked several AI experts to help us out with this, and we cover robot automation, getting the details of an image, and offline voice recognition.

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MagPi 70: Home automation with Raspberry Pi

Hey folks, Rob here! It’s the last Thursday of the month, and that means it’s time for a brand-new The MagPi. Issue 70 is all about home automation using your favourite microcomputer, the Raspberry Pi. Home automation in this month’s The MagPi! Raspberry Pi home automation We think home automation is an excellent use of the Raspberry Pi, hiding it around your house and letting it power your lights and doorbells and…fish tanks?

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MagPi 68: an in-depth look at the new Raspberry Pi 3B+

Hi folks, Rob from The MagPi here! You may remember that a couple of weeks ago, the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ was released, the updated version of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B. It’s better, faster, and stronger than the original and it’s also the main topic in The MagPi issue 68 , out now! Everything you need to know about the new Raspberry Pi 3B+ What goes into ‘plussing’ a Raspberry Pi?

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MagPi 67: back to the future with retro computing on your Pi

Hey folks, Rob from The MagPi here! While we do love modern computers here at The MagPi, we also have a soft spot for the classic machines of yesteryear, which is why we have a huge feature on emulating and upcycling retro computers in The MagPi issue 67 , out right now. Retro computing and security in the latest issue of The MagPi Retro computing Noted retro computing enthusiast K.G.

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Community Profile: Estefannie Explains It All

This column is from The MagPi issue 59 . You can download a PDF of the full issue for free, or subscribe to receive the print edition through your letterbox or the digital edition on your tablet.

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MagPi 66: Raspberry Pi media projects for your home

Hey folks, Rob from The MagPi here! Issue 66 of The MagPi is out right now, with the ultimate guide to powering your home media with Raspberry Pi. We think the Pi is the perfect replacement or upgrade for many media devices, so in this issue we show you how to build a range of Raspberry Pi media projects

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