Design: How would you make a 10MHz scope HAT for Raspberry Pi ? Electronics Weekly Who better to ask than Pico Technology, the UK-based PC oscilloscope firm that already makes a 10MHz USB scope-in-a-box (the 2204A) that will plug into Raspberry Pi for under £100 – half the price of some bare-board USB scopes. https://www.picotech.com …
Electronics Weekly Updated: How would you make a 10MHz scope HAT for Raspberry Pi ? Electronics Weekly Who better to ask than Pico Technology, the UK-based PC oscilloscope firm that already makes a 10MHz USB scope-in-a-box (the 2204A, pictured) that will plug into Raspberry Pi for under £100 – half the price of some bare-board USB scopes.
TechRepublic Cheap but powerful Raspberry Pi rival: $25 Pine H64 offers 4K HDR video, PCIe and USB 3.0 TechRepublic The H64 offers a single USB 3.0 port, HDMI 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet, and a dual-core GPU in a $25 board. In comparison, the $35 Raspberry Pi 3 Model B lacks all of these features. However the Pi does trump the H64 in some respects, offering more USB 2.0 ..
eeNews Europe Raspberry Pi -ready 10.1″ PCAP touch screen kit eeNews Europe The Kit requires 12V at 2A to drive the TFT display, touch panel and backlight, and 5V at 2A to power the Pi. Features include a multi-touch input PCAP touch screen offering pinch, zoom and rotate, which can be either USB or I2C connected if preferred … and more »
ZDNet Hands-on: Raspberry Pi Zero 3-Port USB Hub with Ethernet | ZDNet ZDNet This little beauty is just what a lot of Raspberry Pi Zero owners have been wishing for — three USB ports and a wired network connection, with a microUSB connection to the Pi Zero. and more »
Orange Pi One Plus now more affordable than the Raspberry Pi Android Community Note that these features are not supported on the Raspberry Pi 3. That seems to be an advantage by Orange but it still doesn't beat the Pi 3 in most aspects.
LinuxGizmos.com Raspberry Pi sized SBC runs Linux on single-core Cortex-A53 SoC LinuxGizmos.com Scalys announced a “Grapeboard” SBC that runs Linux on NXP's single-core -A53 LS1012A SoC, and offers dual GbE and WiFi/BT, plus PCIe, USB 3.0, and SATA via M.2 connectors.
Liliputing $15 USB docking hub adds ports to the Raspberry Pi Zero (crowdfunding) Liliputing It has a set of pogo pins that allow you to snap a Raspberry Pi Zero to the board without using any of the Pi Zero's ports and without soldering… making it easy to detach the computer if and when you want to use it without the hub. MakerSpot notes …
TechRepublic $35 Raspberry Pi rival offers 4K video, USB 3.0, DDR4 memory and runs Android TechRepublic The Renegade will run Android 7.1 “Nougat” and various Linux-based operating systems. The board shares the same form factor as the Pi 3, so there should be some degree of compatibility with Pi -targeted hardware add-ons, but the Renegade only has three …
Use the GPIO pins of a Raspberry Pi Zero while running Debian Stretch on a PC or Mac with our new GPIO expander software! With this tool, you can easily access a Pi Zero’s GPIO pins from your x86 laptop without using SSH, and you can also take advantage of your x86 computer’s processing power in your physical computing projects. What is this magic? Running our x86 Stretch distribution on a PC or Mac, whether installed on the hard drive or as a live image, is a great way of taking advantage of a well controlled and simple Linux distribution without the need for a Raspberry Pi.