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HandiPi is a DIY handheld PC with keyboard, display, and Raspberry Pi 4

The same hardware hacker who built a a CyberDeck using the mainboard from a Framework Laptop a few months ago is back with a new project, and this time it’s smaller (and less powerful). The HandiPi is a handheld computer featuring a 4.3 inch touchscreen display, a keyboard with 36 keys, and a Raspberry Pi […]

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Creoqode cancels the Raspberry Pi-powered Lyra+ handheld gaming PC (crowdfunding)

The Creoqode Lyra+ was supposed to be a handheld gaming PC with a 7 inch display, built-in game controllers, and a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 at its heart. But less than two months after launching a Kickstarter crowfunding campaign for the device, Creoqode has announced it’s cancelling the crowdfunding campaign and scrapping plans to […]

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Creoqode Lyra+ is a handheld gaming PC with a Raspberry Pi CM4 inside

The Creoqode Lyra+ is a handheld gaming PC with a 7 inch QLED IPS touchscreen display, stereo speakers, dual rumble motors, built-in game controllers, a 6,000 mAh battery, and support retro games through emulation or modern gaming via game streaming. Unlike many of the handheld gaming PCs we’ve seen over the past year or two though, […]

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MutantC v4 is a DIY, hackable handheld PC powered by a Raspberry Pi

The MutantC is a handheld computer with a small inch touchscreen display, a slide-out keyboard, a Raspberry Pi and a battery pack, all held together in a 3D printed case. The developer of this DIY handheld introduced the first model in 2019, and has been refining the design ever since. The latest version is the […]

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Zero Terminal 3 is a modular handheld PC with a Raspberry Pi Zero and a touchscreen display

The Zero Terminal 3 is a little computer that looks like a chunky smartphone. But it’s a full-fledged Linux PC with a touchscreen display, a built-in battery, a full-sized USB port, and a microSD card reader. It’s also a modular device that can support add-ons including keyboards, game controllers, radio transceivers, network interfaces, solar panels, […]

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MutantC v2 is a DIY handheld Raspberry Pi computer with a slide-out keyboard

After building a DIY handheld computer based on a Raspberry Pi last year, developer rahmanshaber is back with version 2. The new MutantC v2 is still a handheld computer with a slide-out keyboard (or rather, a slide-up display) that resembles a T-Mobile Sidekick phone or Sony Vaio UX computer. But it’s an upgrade over the […]

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Lyra handheld game console is also a portable, Raspberry Pi-powered PC (Crowdfunding)

Creoqode’s Lyra is a handheld game console featuring a 5 inch display surrounded by game controllers. It looks a bit like a PS Vita, but under the hood it’s powered by a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite. That means while you can use the Lyra to play classic console games, it’s basically a full-fledged […]

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Hyper Keyboard Pi kit turns a Raspberry Pi into a handheld PC (and game console)

A few months ago we wrote about a $10 accessory accessory for the Raspberry Pi Zero W that that you could use to turn the tiny PC into a handheld computer (once you add a display, battery, and some other components). Now it looks like there’s a similar (but slightly more polished looking) accessory for […]

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hgTerm converts a Raspberry Pi into a versatile handheld computer

For almost as long as Raspberry Pi has been selling tiny single-board computers, folks have been turning them into tiny laptops. But the hgTerm handheld might be one of the most impressive DIY mini PCs I’ve seen to date. It’s a pocket-sized computer with a 4 inch touchscreen display, a 270 degree hinge that lets […]