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ShaRPiKeebo kit turns a Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W into a pocket computer with a keyboard and display (crowdfunding)

The Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W is a tiny, versatile little computer board capable of running much of the same software that its slightly bigger siblings thanks to its quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 processor. But the $15 computer board isn’t much use without additional hardware like a keyboard and display. ShaRPiKeebo is an add-on that gives […]

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This “minimum viable computer” is a pocket-sized PC that could cost $15 to make

Developer (and former HackADay editor) Brian Benchoff has designed what he’s calling a “minimum viable computer.” It’s a Linux-ready computer that’s small enough to slide into your pocket, and which could be made from about $15 worth of parts… theoretically. In practice, that price doesn’t reflect assembly and shipping costs and you’d need to order […]