Today we are excited to launch a new add-on board for your Raspberry Pi: the Raspberry Pi TV HAT , on sale now at $21.50. The TV HAT connects to the 40-pin GPIO header and to a suitable antenna, allowing your Raspberry Pi to receive DVB-T2 television broadcasts. Watch TV with your Raspberry Pi With the board, you can receive and view television on a Raspberry Pi, or you can use your Pi as a server to stream television over a network to other devices.
If you head over to the website of your favourite Raspberry Pi Approved Reseller today, you may find the new Zero WH available to purchase. But what it is? Why is it different, and what can you do with it
Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Camera Cable “Extender Thingy” Now Available From Afdafruit Geeky Gadgets If you need to extend the camera attachment cable on your Raspberry Pi project you might be interested in a new product created by Adafruit aptly named the CSI or DSI Cable Extender Thingy. Specifically designed for Raspberry Pi mini PC systems the ..
Hackaday Review: Hammer-Installed Solderless Raspberry Pi Pin Headers Hackaday A few days ago we reported on a new product for owners of the Raspberry Pi Zero, a set of solderless header pins that had a novel installation method involving a hammer. We were skeptical that they would provide a good contact, and preferred to stick ..
Geeky Gadgets Zero4U 4 Port Raspberry Pi Zero USB Hub Geeky Gadgets May be interested in a new product which is now available from the Adafruit online store and takes the form of the Zero4U, a 4 Port USB Hub which has been specifically designed for use with the tiny Raspberry Pi Zero and is available to purchase for $9.95.
New Kickstarter — RPiKit, The Raspberry Pi All-in-One Project Kit GeekDad (blog) Dan reached out to me a few weeks back to inform me of an upcoming Kickstarter he's created for a new product: the Raspberry Pi Kit, or RPiKit.
PC Perspectives Cherry Trail in a Raspberry Pi form factor PC Perspectives Apart from the new Galileo and Edison releases, the hobby community have not adopting them in the same way that they have Raspberry Pi or Arduino.
Raspberry Pi chipKIT expansion board is the world's first prototyping-friendly … SlashGear If you're the sort of hardware geek that enjoys playing with the Raspberry Pi or building projects using Arduino, a new product is available for the Raspberry Pi that you might appreciate.
Ars Technica Raspberry Pi add-on will help you build Lego Mindstorm robots Ars Technica Using the Raspberry Pi to create robots is nothing new. But a new product called BrickPi seeks to make building Pi-based robots easier than ever with an add-on board and case that connect the Pi to Lego Mindstorm robot kits. BrickPi is a Kickstarter ..