Raspberry Pi Zero




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By PC Authority on 100

Things you can buy for less than 20 bucks: two pints of beer (or three if you live outside of Sydney). A one month Netflix subscription. A whole computer, though? Yep, it's possible. The Raspberry Pi Foundation has been pumping out tiny DIY...

By IT PRO on 100

At £4 and with a lot of flexibility, there's no reason *not* to buy this single-board...

By alphr.com on 80

It's easy to concentrate on the negatives of the Pi Zero, and there certainly are more than one. The processor is a step backwards, the loss of camera and display interfaces will hurt many embedded projects, and the need to solder your own GPIO header...

By Expert Reviews on 80

The tiny Raspberry Pi Zero might lack a feature or two, but at just £4 we can forgive it...

By ergohacks.com on

The Raspberry Pi Zero is marketed as a cut down Raspberry Pi. To get to that smaller form factor and smaller cost they had to make a number of compromises and the resulting system has advantages – it's cheap cost makes it even easier to experiment with...

By Android Authority on

The biggest selling point of the Raspberry Pi Zero is its price. Before we even look at the specifications, the setup, and its myriad of possible uses, you have to congratulate the Raspberry Pi Foundation for making a 32-bit computer that can run...

By Phoronix on

For those curious about the performance of the $5 Raspberry Pi Zero, here are some benchmarks I've just finished up for this low-end, low-power ARM development board compared to other ARM, MIPS, and x86 hardware.The Raspberry Pi Zero launched one week...

International Review By Golem on

Wer das Raspberry Pi Zero sinnvoll nutzen will, der sollte bereits einen seiner großen Brüder besitzen. Ansonsten wird die Einrichtung schnell zur Qual. Auch taugt das Zero trotz der ausreichenden Leistung nicht als günstigstes Media-Center aller...