Fuze for Raspberry Pi




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By TechRadar AU on 60

The Fuze is one of the most expensive ways to kit out a Raspberry Pi. Unfortunately, it doesn't do anything better than the more common options, and it does some things noticeably worse. We also don't think that Fuze BASIC is a good option for...

By micromart.co.uk on 70

I loved my BBC Micro. It was probably the only system that I truly regret selling on, after all the creative hours sat using it. The FUZE, distributed by BinaryDistribution, harks back to those halcyon days. Not only in its appearance, but also in that...

By crowdedbrain.co.uk on

The FUZE is a fitting name for a product that combines the Raspberry Pi with its own infrastructure, including a case, keyboard, and modified Raspbian OS.While it could be used in a consumer field the product is designed as an educational aid for...

By theregister.co.uk on

Merely as a Pi-less case, the Fuze will set you back £70; £90 if you get it with the breadboard and a PSU too. Pay £130 and you get a wireless mouse and the electronics components kit in addition to the rest. The top-of-the-range, £180 Fuze saves you...