Developed by the Raspberry Pi foundation, the latest Raspberry Pi computer features a powerful quad core ARM Cortex processor, including integrated wireless LAN and Bluetooth, USB and HDMI ports. Easily accessible GPIO pinouts open up the platform to a whole host of impressive add-ons boards. All of this is packed onto a single PCB no bigger than a credit card. Explore the many varied and exciting possibilities of this fantastic single board computer today.
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A Raspberry Pi-powered Radio 4 applianceUsing a Raspberry Pi to build an Internet radio that only receives BBC Radio 4.
Nocturnal Wildlife Watching with Pi NoIRUsing the new Raspberry Pi camera for time-lapse photography of creatures that move in the night.
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Raspbian Jessie Lite on a New Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3Those industrious folks at the Raspberry Pi Foundation have been hard at it, developing the next generation of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module called the Compute Module 3, or CM3 for short. “What can we expect from this next gen Compute Module?”
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The Raspberry Pi Quick Start Guide is linked from the Raspberry Pi Tech Hub page. This is the direct link: https://www.rs-online.com/designspark/what-you-need-to-get-your-raspberry-pi-up-and-runningmaybe sent a link to site you purchased it from - so i can see what exactly it came with? if it comes with the sd card pre-loaded then you just plug and play.Thanks you so muchConnect it to a monitor with a HDMI cable. Attach a mouse and a keyboard to the USB slots. Insert the SD card. Finally plug in the power supply.
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