The New Raspberry Pi 400 is Basically a Tiny Computer Inside a Keyboard

Raspberry Pi needs no introduction. What started as a low-spec computer for DIY enthusiasts it can now be used as full-featured desktop.

With the Raspberry Pi 400 release they are making it more friendly for home computer usage. The Raspberry Pi 400 is basically a computer in the form of a keyboard.

If you remember Commodore 64 was also a computer in the form of a keyboard back in 1982. Even though it isn8217t unique for a successful product like Raspberry Pi it is a sweet deal.

It is based on the Raspberry Pi 4 with 4 GB RAM and has been tweaked to run cooler as well. With a Quad-core processor it is faster than ever.

Not just limited to the ease of use and portability but it should save you a lot of desk space. And just like me if you were planning to get a spare computer to test stuff I think I may want to go with the Raspberry Pi 400 instead of building another PC or Linux-based mini PC.


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