Own A Computer At Just $5 Known As “Raspberry Pi Zero”

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Raspberry Pi Zero: Here is a new Raspberry Pi PC which will satisfy you completely. It has fewer specs but is powerful in performance. This PC is very cheap and good for your daily tasks. You can type blogs and watch videos on the PC. It is very easy to handle.

The name of the PC is Raspberry Pi Zero. It is a motherboard, which has a 1GHz single-core processor along with 512MB of RAM. You will get two micro USB ports and a mini HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) for 1080p60 video output. You should add an 8GB microSD card before you start testing with code. It requires an external power supply.

Own A Computer In Just $5 Known As Raspberry Pi Zero

Own A Computer In Just $5 Known As Raspberry Pi Zero

It is important to insert a microSD card because there is no internal storage. The Raspberry Pi zero is attached to a 40-pin slot in which you can connect a 40-pin supported device to extend its usage. It consists of a micro USB slot to connect pen drive and hard disk. The price of this small PC is affordable. The size of this motherboard is just 65mm x 30mm x 5mm.

Own A Computer In Just $5 Known As Raspberry Pi Zero

Own A Computer In Just $5 Known As Raspberry Pi Zero

Raspberry Pi Zero is a small PC that can be plugged into your TV and a keyboard. There is a variety of Rasberry Pc’s available in the market. You can also look for other Rasberry Pc’s, but the price will be higher than this version. You can use the micro USB slot present in the board to work with keyboard and mouse. Remember, this version doesn’t support WI-FI and Bluetooth connection.

Recently, the company has released a latest Raspberry Pi Zero W which is the new version of Pi Zero. It includes Bluetooth connectivity and wireless LAN. As expected, the price is higher than Raspberry Pi Zero. You can also prefer this version, only if you have the budget to buy it.

As told earlier, Raspberry Pi Zero is a motherboard so it can be handled efficiently. You can also purchase a case which will protect the entire board from dust and damage. The case is not costly and the whole setup will cost you not more than just $5.

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