Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W packs far more power into the same space. The new quad-core 1GHz CPU is up to five times as fast as the original Zero and Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W is compatible with all current Zero projects and kits. In this month’s edition of The MagPi:
- Complete specifications and hardware guide with all major components outlined in full detail.
- Discover the new system in a package (SiP) process (a first for Raspberry Pi). This enables both the CPU and DRAM to share the same chip.
- See X-ray images of Zero 2 W. A picture says 1,000 words: especially when it reveals a unique Easter Egg behind the SiP.
- Eben Upton and Simon Martin talk us through Zero 2 W’s design. We chat with Raspberry Pi’s CEO and Founder and Principal Hardware Engineer.
We love Raspberry Pi OS and it’s just one of many different OSes you can use with a Raspberry Pi computer. This month, we look at Ubuntu, RISC OS, LibreELEC, RetroPie and a wealth of other OSes. So turn your Raspberry Pi into something new with a different operating system.
Streaming video across the internet is much easier with a Stream Deck. These clever dedicated keyboards contain LEDs that light up and enable shortcuts at the touch of a button. This month, Rob Zwetsloot shows us how to turn a Keybow 2040 into a stream deck for video control.
Every issue of The MagPi magazine is packed with Raspberry Pi and Raspberry Pi Pico projects. This Light Arcade is a physical recreation of the Whac-a-Mole games found in seaside arcades across the world.
Find and control smart devices on your home network using a Raspberry Pi connected to your television. PJ Evans takes a media streaming home server and adds smart networking functionality. The result is an incredibly versatile tool that entertains and looks after your house at the same time.
We love a good robot at The MagPi, and Hiwonder’s TonyPi is one of the most spectacular we’ve seen in a while. Discover this fully articulated walking robot with arms and a face-detecting camera.
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