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Geeky Gadgets POCO Pocket Raspberry Pi gaming kit Geeky Gadgets E.g a pre-soldered Raspberry Pi zero W, TFT display with touch, Daughterboard PCB, action cam, speaker, rechargeable battery, silicone keypads, micro SD card, stylus, body casing, screws & allen key. POCO is crammed to the max with high technology that ..
Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Zero Portable Music Player Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi enthusiast and Hackaday user Bram has created an awesome portable music player powered by the tiny Raspberry Pi Zero mini PC and a custom PCB which can be seen below and is now available to purchase direct from Tindie.
Hackaday Game Boy Mod Uses Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Hackaday [inches] wanted the power of a Raspberry Pi 3 in a form factor closer to the Pi Zero for a Game Boy mod. This led him to design a custom PCB to interface with one of the less popular items in the Raspberry Pi line: the Compute Module 3
Elektor (blog) pi-topCEED : Raspberry Pi made easy Elektor (blog) pi-topCEED is a stand-alone learning and education unit based on Raspberry Pi to get started with hardware and software.
PC Magazine Raspberry Pi 3 Model B PC Magazine The same would also seem to be true of the Raspberry Pi , if not truer: It's never looked like much more than a light-featured PCB with a couple of familiar ports tacked on. But for the newest iteration of the product, the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, the …
Hackaday $5 VGA for Raspberry Pi Hackaday Hackaday.io user [mincepi] wanted a VGA output on his Raspberry Pi Zero. His quest led him to design a PCB that mates with a VGA monitor and the Pi board and–according to his estimates–costs about $3.62 each (although to get that price, you have to …
Hackaday $5 VGA for Raspberry Pi | Hackaday Hackaday Hackaday.io user [mincepi] wanted a VGA output on his Raspberry Pi Zero.
Hackaday Hackaday Retro Edition: Remaking the PDP 8/I With A Raspberry Pi Hackaday Instead of hundreds of Flip Chips, this PDP-8 is powered by a Raspberry Pi running the SIMH emulator. The 40-pin GPIO connector on the Pi is broken out to 92 LEDs and 26 toggle switches on a large PCB. This setup gets [Oscar] a reasonable facsimile of
Raspberry Pi gets power over Ethernet ElectronicsWeekly.com Raspberry Pi can be powered via an Ethernet connection using a 5V power over Ethernet (PoE) add-on adaptor board. It is the idea of UK-based manufacturer Silvertel which has released a circuit and PCB layout for a 5V PoE adapter board and the