Raspberry Pi - nano-computer for embedded systems
The Raspberry Pi is a single-board ARM-based nano computer about the size of a credit card. It was designed by professors from the computer science department at Cambridge University. Their goal? Democratize access to computers and digital making.
Raspberry Pi runs on Linux, but it is also compatible with Windows and Android. It can be used with a large variety of add-ons (sensors, actuators). Many robots are based on Raspberry Pi (Niryo, Turtlebot3, Leo Rover, etc).
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Significantly more powerful and quicker, yet just as economical, the new Raspberry Pi 4 Model B board offers an impressive all-round performance compared to its previous version, bringing us one step closer to computer programming for the masses!
2 GB: Delivery November 2022
4 GB and 8 GB: Delivery end January 2023
Why “Ultimate”? Because Adafruit is convinced that this 66-channel version 3 of the GPS Module really is the “ultimate” for all future users! You can judge for yourself – but there’s no denying the Ultimate GPS Module has what it takes to please.
The GrovePi Sensor Interface module for Raspberry Pi board is a system that brings Grove sensors to the Raspberry Pi together. With GrovePi, you can connect in a simple and seamless way numerous sensors to your Raspberry Pi and start programming quickly!
Stack multiple boards to your Raspberry Pi using this extra lonf stacking header.
Raspberry Pi is unveiling a new range of accessories for the latest Raspberry Pi 4 Model B boards: check out their official, fully compatible power supply.
Camera without IR filter for Raspberry Pi
Carry out all your prototyping operations quickly and simply on Raspberry Pi B+, A+ and Raspberry Pi 2 Model B with the Cobbler Pi Plus. This assembled version will save you even more time!