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Penkesu mini Raspberry Pi laptop inspired by 1990s organizers

Pi enthusiast and maker Penk Chen has created a fantastic Raspberry Pi laptop powered by a Raspberry Pi Zero 2W and all the components are fitted in a custom designed 3D printed enclosure. Equipped with a 7.9-inch touchscreen display and featuring a 48-key mechanical keyboard the style of the build has been inspired by 1990s organizers designed …

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ARE APPLE TRYING TO PATENT THE HOME COMPUTER 45 YEARS TOO LATE?

In our recent piece marking the 10th anniversary of the Raspberry Pi, we praised their all-in-one Raspberry Pi 400 computer for having so far succeeded in attracting no competing products. It seems that assessment might be premature, because it emerges that Apple have filed a patent application for “A computer in an input device” that …

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Raspberry Pi Pico Sarcasm Injector Conveys Its Contempt For Humanity

Well, this is nice. A Canadian electronics tinkerer and Twitter user known as Ben S has created what can only be called a sarcasm injector using two $4 Raspberry Pi Pico boards. It sits between his keyboard and computer and, rather than employing irony to apply the lowest form of wit to his caustic missives, instead flips the caps …

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RASPBERRY PI PICO GETS A TINY KEYBOARD ON ITS BACK

With hackers and makers building custom computing devices that don’t necessarily follow conventional design paradigms, there’s been a growing demand for smaller and smaller keyboards. Many of the cyberdecks we’ve seen over the last couple of years have used so-called 60% or even 40% keyboards, and there’s been a trend towards repurposing BlackBerry keyboards for …

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