Ever-popular amongst students and tech enthusiasts that are inclined to tinker, Raspberry Pi is highly regarded for its approachable single board computers. That being said, building your own computer can be a daunting process given all of the components, programming, and setup typically required. However, with its latest release, Raspberry Pi has made it even easier to get to work.
Known as the Raspberry Pi 400, the new device essentially takes a compact keyboard and pairs it with an integrated Raspberry 4. Under the hood, it hides a quad-core 1.8Ghz Broadcom processor and 4GB of RAM, making it the most powerful Raspberry Pi computer yet. And when it comes to connectivity, the 400 features gigabit Ethernet compatibility, two USB 3.0 ports, a USB 2.0 port, and two micro-HDMI ports for your display. The keyboard computer also includes a microSD card slot and a 40-pin GPIO header for accessories. Top it all off with support for Bluetooth 5.0 and dual-band Wi-Fi, and what results is a computer that’s as capable as it is easy to use. Sold separately or as part of a kit, you can buy the Pi 400 starting from $70.