Raspberry Pi 400 All-in-One Personal Computer Kit – UK Keyboard Layout

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Raspberry Pi 400 All-in-One Personal Computer Kit – UK Keyboard Layout

Raspberry Pi 400 All-in-One Personal Computer Kit - UK Keyboard Layout
Raspberry Pi 400 All-in-One Personal Computer Kit - UK Keyboard Layout
Raspberry Pi 400 All-in-One Personal Computer Kit - UK Keyboard Layout
Raspberry Pi 400 All-in-One Personal Computer Kit - UK Keyboard Layout
Raspberry Pi 400 All-in-One Personal Computer Kit - UK Keyboard Layout
Raspberry Pi 400 All-in-One Personal Computer Kit - UK Keyboard Layout
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Raspberry Pi 400 All-in-One Personal Computer Kit – UK Keyboard Layout

An awesome computer kit that is built within a keyboard from Raspberry Pi based on the popular Raspberry Pi 4. The kit includes a Raspberry Pi 400, power supply, HDMI cable, preloaded microSD card with Raspberry Pi OS, mouse and Beginner guide. You just need to add a monitor! More

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Description

An awesome computer kit that is built within a keyboard from Raspberry Pi based on the popular Raspberry Pi 4. The kit includes a Raspberry Pi 400, power supply, HDMI cable, preloaded microSD card with Raspberry Pi OS, mouse and Beginner guide. You just need to add a monitor!

Details

The Raspberry Pi 400 is a fully integrated Raspberry Pi PC that has been built into a keyboard. (Awesome, right?) It’s powerful, programmable as well as affordable. It features a fast quad-core 64-bit processor, wireless networking, dual-display output and 4K video playback

 

Don’t be deceived by the size of Raspberry Pi 400, this computer delivers outstanding development performance, the world of programming has never been so easy-to-use! All you have to do is plug and play any peripherals you desire.

 

Raspberry Pi 400 has various connectors and interfacing options: two USB 3.0 ports and a single USB 2.0 port for peripherals; two micro-HDMI ports, supporting up to 4k resolution; Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11ac wireless networking and Bluetooth 5; and a standard 40-pin GPIO port, supporting Raspberry Pi HAT expansion boards. There are endless possibilities with this amazing computer that you can take anywhere

 

See the labelled diagram below to view all the ports on the Pi 400:

Kit Contents

  • Raspberry Pi 400 Computer
  • Power Supply – please note the plug will be suitable for the market the language variant is designed for
  • Mouse
  • 16GB microSD card, pre-programmed with Raspberry Pi OS
  • 1m Micro HDMI to HDMI A Cable
  • Beginner’s Guide – provided in the language to match the keyboard

 

Why You Should Buy the Raspberry Pi 400 Kit

Not that you need convincing, but here are some of the unique features of the Raspberry Pi 400 that you need in your life:

It’s a PC in a keyboard

>We keep saying it… because it’s amazing. Raspberry Pi 400 is a fully integrated personal computer inside a keyboard – just plug in and play! It also means you don’t have to waste any space with a clunky desktop PC.

Get Going Straight Out the Box

The Raspberry Pi 400 kit is an incredible option for value for money. You get the Pi 400 computer as well as all the items you need to get started straight out of the box, you only need a monitor. So you don’t have to search to find everything individually. Zero Hassle.

Revolutionary Raspberry Pi

As mentioned before, this product comes equipped with a Raspberry Pi development board already integrated within, so you know you’re getting the best. Over 14 million Raspberry Pi computers have been sold worldwide that have transformed the single-board computing world. Helping people of all ages and knowledge levels explore the world of programming and computing.

Go Wireless

The Raspberry Pi 400 comes equipped with a wireless LAN adaptor which will enable any one of you to take your Raspberry Pi device away with you anywhere! Raspberry Pi computers have never been so portable and accessible! For those of you at home, a wireless connection isn’t necessary as it, also a Gigabit Ethernet port.

Versatile and Affordable

The Raspberry Pi 400 offers a range of different ports that will cater to your needs. From LAN to USB 3.0, 40 pin GPIO to MicroHDMI, whatever you need to plug in, the Pi 400 has it!

Technical Specifications

 

Dimensions 286 mm × 122 mm × 23 mm (maximum)
Colour White / Red
Processor Broadcom BCM2711 quad-core Cortex-A72  (ARM v8) 64-bit SoC @ 1.8GH
RAM 4GB LPDDR4-3200
Video/Sound 2 × micro HDMI ports (supports up to 4Kp60
Connectivity Dual-band (2.4GHz and 5.0GHz) IEEE 802.11b/g/n/ac wireless LAN

Bluetooth 5.0

BLE  Gigabit Ethernet

2 × USB 3.0 and 1 × USB 2.0 port

GPIO Horizontal 40-pin GPIO header
Keyboard 78- or 79-key compact keyboard (depending on regional variant)

6 regional variants are available, please check the language you have selected. 
Power 5V DC via USB connector
Operating Temperature 0°C to +50°C 
SD Card Size MicroSD card slot 
Multimedia Support H.265 (4Kp60 decode)

H.264 (1080p60 decode, 1080p30 encode)

OpenGL ES 3.0 graphics

 

Specifications

SKU

2048268

mpn

SC0383

brand

Raspberry Pi

Reviews

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  • For use as a simple desktop replacement and for educational purposes I would give the Pi 400 5 stars.

    I would also give OKdo 5 stars. I purchased the Pi 400 without accessories. It arrived promptly. I had a few questions over options for sound, as it doesn't have a sound jack. I received great support and advice from OKdo Support Services and their technical people who wrote a detailed response. I was looking at the Pi 400 for use at a Code Club (children 9yrs +) and also for adults wanting a simple introduction to computing, as the start of a new hobby or to support a wider education in computing.

    I am working on a demonstration project for our code club that utilises simple code and components used at the club. The idea is to bring simple components together to produce something quite complex and more relevant to the real world. The majority of the coding and the nerve center was to run on a Pi-Top. Once the Pi 400 arrived, I started to work on both the Pi 400 and Pi-Top with the aim of using either in the final solution. The Pi-top is more flexible but less powerful as it uses a Pi 3. The Pi 400 easily copes with the more complex Scratch 3 graphics, whilst a music video runs in the background. The project is based on Pi Scratch and MicroBit MakeCode, both simple for beginners to use. There is no problem creating and running the code with the Pi 400, whilst searching the internet, downloading graphics and running background music videos.

    The project demonstrates how a Pi and MicroBits can be used together for education or a computer hobby. The theme is around earthquake rescue. The Pi is used for an initial graphical storyboard and a rescue control center. The control center is designed using Scratch. It monitors an external sensor board based on a MicroBit that covers vibration, movement, sound and weight/pressure. This uses a simple MicroBit Boson breakout board. The major use of the Scratch control center is to control a Rescue Robot. The robot has a base with 2 continuous servos, line following capability, and neo pixels and a buzzer for alarms. It also has a robot arm with 4 servos. It is a relatively simple build as it uses the core of a "Move" robot and a MeArm Robot Arm sitting in a Meccano base. Everything is controlled by a Microbit. It is simple to put together and code as common MakeCode extensions are used. In addition to the 2 Microbits mentioned, a 3rd is used to communicate between them and Scratch running on the Pi. Communication is again quite straightforward as it uses GPIO pins as a binary code (around 20 codes in my case, using 8 pins in 2 sets of 4). Just connect the pins of the MicroBit to the Pis (with resistors for safety). The MicroBits communicate using their internal wireless facility. As mentioned the project is relatively complex but only uses components and code that beginners would learn as separate elements. As there are a lot of wires needed to connect GPIO pins to resistors, it is possible to replace this with a USB cable. I'll be doing this to demonstrate an alternative approach. It only requires a minor change to the MicroBit code and none to the Scratch code. It does however require a program running alongside Scratch to read from the MicroBit and set the GPIO pins for Scratch to read. I will use Processing as it's ideal for beginners especially when moving on from Scratch to a more advanced graphical language and also moving from MicroBits to Arduinos.

    There are lots of interesting and simple things you can do with a Pi and then move on to using more complicated languages and add on hardware. Alternatively you can broaden the range of things that can be done by combining simple components. Both are fun and rewarding.

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  • Well thought out kit, all you need to get started. Booted first time from the included Raspbian O/S on a SD Card. Since created an Ubuntu, O/S for the PI, boot card. Again, just worked, update, and I've installed new apps. This runs like a decent PC, quick in use and looks great. Note, I'm new at this, not an experienced Linux or PI user and a paid up member of the silver surfer club. Anyone younger would really enjoy and if it's 50+ years since you left school, go for it and impress your grandchildren.

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  • I was thrilled to receive my Raspberry Pi 400 Computer Kit supplied by Okdo.
    It is fantastic value for money for a home computer and also for Raspberry Pi Projects.
    Everything you need is included in the box and is easy to setup.
    I use HDMI Monitors with no speakers built in with the Pi400. This means either using Bluetooth audio or using something to separate the audio from the HDMI and pass it through an amplifier. Im using the amplifier as as I have issue with the Bluetooth Audio.
    Highly recommend the Pi 400 and Okdo.

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  • Very pleased with the raspi very easy to set up very fast and even happy to use my wireless mouse and kb and a very small 128gb mem stick gave me storage. Now replaces a very slow pc

    Also arrived fast

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