As it has its best ever year for sales, Raspberry Pi wants to do more to help businesses that want to integrate its tiny computers into their devices. The Cambridge-based single-board computer maker has sold seven million Raspberry Pi units during 2020. In March, Raspberry Pi CEO Eben Upton said it had its second highest monthly sales ever, reaching 640,000 units, with sales accelerating as people sought cheap computers for learning during lockdown. "This has been our best year, at seven million units," Raspberry Pi CEO Eben Upton told ZDNet. Upton had expected sales of just 10,000 units after the 2012 launch, but by 2013 sales reached 700,000 units, and climbed to four million units in 2014.
The flagship single-board computer from the Raspberry Pi Foundation is still going strong. The Raspberry Pi has created a whole ecosystem of SBCs (Single Board Computers), and while the Pi -- especially the new Pi 4 B -- is more than enough for most applications, sometimes you want something that's more powerful. The Aaeon PICO-TGU4 offers just that. Must read: Don't make this common, fatal iPhone or Android mistake At 3.94" x 2.84" (100mm x 72mm), this board is a bit bigger than a Raspberry Pi 4 (3.37" Coming back to budget, these boards are not cheap.
Learning the fundamentals behind computer programming and robotics doesn't have to be a mind-numbing slog through dense lines of code--or at least that's the philosophy behind the Raspberry Pi microcomputer and its suite of educational tools. Whether you're a programming savant or a complete novice, you can master the essentials behind building robust programs and robots with the Raspberry Pi Mastery Bundle, and it's on sale for over 90 percent off. Boasting 8 comprehensive courses, this collection utilizes project-based training to help you develop a working knowledge of robotics and computer programming. Starting with the essentials, you'll learn how to use Raspberry Pi as a computer and code with Python to create a simple number guessing game. Then, once you're comfortable with the basics, you'll use your coding know-how to create your own hardware projects, like a walkie talkie that runs off Linux and a light detector mechanism powered via Python.
The robotics field is growing quickly, but it's also quite dense, requiring skills in both programming and electronics. If you want to pursue robotics either professionally or as a hobby, be prepared to climb a steep learning curve. The road ahead is difficult, but the 2021 Raspberry Pi & Arduino Bootcamp Bundle makes it both fun and rewarding. These courses will help you learn the essential concepts and practices that are used in programming and robotics. Right now you can get this bundle for $20 while it's still on sale.
This is SB Components' first three-part case. It supports and neatly encloses a 3.2? Raspberry Pi 3 and TFT screen not includedThis is a no-nonsense protective case for 3.2? TFT LCD for Raspberry Pi 3 Model B The case is a three-piece injection-moulded ABS enclosure that snaps together around 3.2? TFT LCD and Raspberry Pi 2 It provides the best available protection/accessibility for 3.2?