Raspberry Pi’s mission has been to drive down the cost of computer hardware, and their $25 model was doing a stellar job at that. But that wasn’t good enough for the brand, as they have now rolled out the Raspberry Pi Zero, a computer that costs just $5.
This device is equipped with a 1GHz ARM11 CPU, 512 MB of RAM, a micro SD slot, two micro USB sockets (data and power), along with a mini HDMI socket capable of 1080p60. And all that power is packed into an ultra small package. The Pi Zero measures just 65mm long by 30mm wide by 5mm tall, which makes it about half the size of a credit. A great budget gift for that tech head in the family. Watch the video below. [Purchase]