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RP2040 Chip | Micro-SD Card Slot | 64 MB Flash Memory | Two Buttons | Micro-USB Power Supply Port | Standard Raspberry Pi 40 Pins



cross-posted from: https://feddit.de/post/3708 > I love the video but I guess I had higher hopes for the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W... I don't have a use-case for it. > > What do y'all think about it?
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At the heart of Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W is RP3A0, a custom-built system-in-package designed by Raspberry Pi in the UK. With a quad-core 64-bit ARM Cortex-A53 processor clocked at 1GHz and 512MB of SDRAM, Zero 2 is up to five times as fast as the original Raspberry Pi Zero. Wireless LAN is built in to a shielded enclosure with improved RF compliance, giving you more flexibility when designing with Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W. All in the same tiny 65mm × 30mm form factor. ## Specification 1GHz quad-core 64-bit Arm Cortex-A53 CPU 512MB SDRAM 2.4GHz 802.11 b/g/n wireless LAN Bluetooth 4.2, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), onboard antenna Mini HDMI port and micro USB On-The-Go (OTG) port microSD card slot CSI-2 camera connector HAT-compatible 40-pin header footprint (unpopulated) H.264, MPEG-4 decode (1080p30); H.264 encode (1080p30) OpenGL ES 1.1, 2.0 graphics Micro USB power Composite video and reset pins via solder test points 65mm x 30mm

Inside The MagPi magazine #110 * **Raspberry Pi Smart Gadgets.** Hack your home with these incredible builds. * **Spooky project upgrades for Halloween.** Give the local kids a fright-fest! * **Build an Android tablet.** Make your own tablet computer with Raspberry Pi. * **Catch a criminal with the Package Thief Deterrent.** How one maker is detecting people taking packages from their doorstep. * **Making a Machine Learning Prosthetic Arm.** Raspberry Pi is inside this inspirational project. * **Using a mini LED to build the Solar System Display.** This orrery displays the solar system using Raspberry Pi Pico and an on-board clock. * **Make retro noises with Raspberry Pi and an OPL2 Audio Board.** Take your ears back to the 1980s with this excellent tutorial. * **Plus!** Win Air Quality Kits for Raspberry Pi. [Download free PDF](https://magpi.raspberrypi.org/issues/110/pdf)

Where can I savely buy a RB pi 4 and pay in Bitcoin?
Hi, im interested in buying a PI, but I'm not an American and I have no credit card, so i might buy one, pussy with BTC and ship it to my sister's address in the us, and she can ship it to me in my country. What is a reliable website to do that?

I am about to start putting together the DreamDeck -- modular deck, which core module will be built around Raspi CM4. Thus, I am looking for a way to connect essential peripherals (a touchscreen and a camera) directly to CM4, not through I/O board. So far, I only found products that use I/O board as an intermediary. Perhaps someone can point me towards a solution?
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Are there any light projects I can run on a Raspberry Pi Zero?
I have a Raspberry Pi Zero W that is serving as my Pihole server, but that only uses about 10% of its very underpowered CPU, and I feel like I'm not getting my money's worth. Anyone have any lightweight project ideas I can run on it to use up more of its resources? Could I run BOINC limited to 50% CPU usage on it or is it too slow to complete jobs on time? Could I maybe seed torrents for popular Linux distros on it without the rather weak Wi-Fi chipset getting overwhelmed and bottlenecking the DNS server?




Feel free to join a test instance hosted on a rpi
BTW I've managed to setup a node on my raspberry pi, want to stress test it to understand if it is possible to host any community with it. So feel free to join my test instance

New opportunities with a new release (v0.9.0) - Lemmy instance on a raspberry pi. Have you succeed?
With a new release 0.9.0, arm build is finally available. It is not a big deal to properly install it following instructions, but problem is with exposing your instance to the internet, bc of 2 open ports requirement (1235 for ui and 8536 for a server). I have tried to use tunneling services like ngrok and pagekite to expose localhost on 1235 port, but in this case I got access to ui only without ability to execute any action. Have you managed to successfully expose your instance? How?




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