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MagPi Raspberry Pi Buyers Guide 2023

Raspberry Pi enthusiasts might be interested to know that the latest official MagPi magazine issue 124 is now available to purchase. Providing the ultimate Raspberry Pi buyers guide offering advice from everything from sourcing Raspberry Pi computers to projects you can create using them. The latest magazine edition features ten amazing holiday projects that you can create from Santa detectors to …

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THIN CLIENT AND SMARTPHONE STEP IN FOR 3D PRINTER’S RASPBERRY PI AND TOUCHSCREEN

It’s no secret that Raspberry Pi’s are a little hard to come by these days. Unless you had the foresight to stock up before the supply dried up — and if you did, we want to talk to you — chances are good that you’ve got a fair number of projects that use the ubiquitous …

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2022 CYBERDECK CONTEST PROTOTYPE CYBERDECK IS ANYTHING BUT QUESTIONABLE

We see many projects here at Hackaday, about which their creators are unreasonably modest. We like a good cyberdeck, and we think [betaraybiff] is one of those creators from their project description for a Prototype Cyberdeck of Questionable Practical Use. It may be a prototype, but we think it could be quite a practical computer. At …

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2022 CYBERDECK CONTEST: THE HOSAKA MK I CONNECTS YOU TO CYBERSPACE, NEUROMANCER STYLE

It’s hard to pin down exactly what a cyberdeck is, as we’ve seen through the huge variety of designs submitted to our 2022 Cyberdeck Contest. The most basic requirement is that it is a type of portable computer, typically with a futuristic, cyberpunk-style design, but beyond that, anything goes. The original concept was introduced in …

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52Pi’s CM4 Router Board Gives the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 Dual Gigabit Ethernet Ports

We’ve seen a few Raspberry Pi TVs in the past, including this retro TV simulator and The Simpsons-themed TV that plays episodes from the animated sitcom. But this is the first time we’ve seen a Pi-powered TV dedicated to playing live streams from Twitch streamers. Created by a maker named Bob (also known by his …

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