The technology world has seen a lot of changes over the past one decade or so, and the one development that has attracted maximum is the smart computer. People can do almost all of their tasks or find easier ways to do them through computers, but still the charm of the programmable computer hasn’t faded away.
Amid the products offered by companies like Apple, Lenovo and Dell, is RASPBERRY Pi that’s keeping the hopes of programming lovers intact. The initial programmable computer Raspberry Pi Model B was launched in 2012 for $20-$35. Millions of people have bought Raspberry’s computer over the past three years, yet many couldn’t afford due to price concerns.
To meet the expectations of those people who can’t afford to spend $20-$30 to own a programmable computer, RASPBERRY has launched its new cost effective model named Raspberry Pi Zero. The new Raspberry Pi Zero model made in Wales is up for grabs for just $5.
Some of the features of this computer are-
- 512MB of LPDDR2 SDRAM
- Broadcom BCM2835 application processor featuring 1GHz ARM11 core
- Mini-HDMI socket for 1080p60 video output
- One micro-SD card slot
- Unpopulated 40-pin GPIO header
- Micro-USB sockets for power and data
- Unpopulated composite video header
Raspberry Pi Zero supports Raspbian and all the other applications, including Minecraft, Scratch and Sonic Pi. Users in the US can buy it from Adafruit or Micro Center, and in the UK from element14, Pimoroni, and The Pi Hut.
You can click here and know more about Raspberry Pi Zero and the simplest way to grab this new offering for free.