Raspberry Pi Computer Boards

The Raspberry Pi is a range of compact and powerful single-board computers, designed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation to be an affordable way to help people of all ages and knowledge levels explore the world of programming and computing. The first Raspberry Pi 1 Model B board was launched in 2012, followed by a stripped-back Model A. There have been several family generations of the Raspberry computer released from Pi 1 to Pi 4, including the popular Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, advancing in design and performance but staying affordable. There is a Compute Module range available, intended for industrial/embedded applications. The Raspberry Pi 4 Model B released in June 2020, is available in four RAM sizes up to 8GB, has a quad-core CPU, is powered via USB-C, has dual display support, 4K resolution, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5 and multiple ports including Ethernet, USB and more. The Raspberry Pi 400 is the first complete pc built within a keyboard from RPi. What makes the Raspberry Pi computer world so exciting is the inclusive community and amount of Raspberry Pi projects, tutorials, forums and videos available - there really is no limitation to who can learn to code or what you can do with a Raspberry Pi board. You could build a desktop PC, smart home system, weather station, camera system, games controller, thermometer, Wi-Fi printer and so much more! Check out our projects section for more inspiration. To go with your Raspberry Pi board, we have an amazing range of useful accessories and add-ons including cases, cables, cameras, power supplies, as well as complete Raspberry Pi kits. View more View less

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