Raspberry Pi Introduces M.2 HAT+ for High-Speed Peripheral Connectivity
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Raspberry Pi Introduces M.2 HAT+ for High-Speed Peripheral Connectivity

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has unveiled the M.2 HAT+, an innovative accessory designed to enhance the capabilities of the Raspberry Pi 5. This new add-on allows users to connect M.2 peripherals, such as NVMe drives and AI accelerators, to the Raspberry Pi 5’s PCIe 2.0 interface,...

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SupTronics X1011 is Designed to add Four SSDs to Raspberry Pi 5
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SupTronics X1011 is Designed to add Four SSDs to Raspberry Pi 5

SupTronics X1011 is a HAT for Raspberry Pi 5 that uses the latest HAT+ standard to add in up to four M.2 NVMe SSDs to the Pi making it a great option for building a DIY! NAS. The HAT connects to the Pi and other SBCs with the PCIE Interface and offers PCIe Gen2 transfer speeds. In our...

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Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4S Gets 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB Memory Upgrade
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Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4S Gets 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB Memory Upgrade

Raspberry Pi has recently announced the release of three new Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4S(CM4S) with expanded  RAM options now offering 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB variants. These new modules feature the same Broadcom BCM2711 quad-core Cortex-A72 SoC used in Raspberry Pi 4 and Raspberry Pi CM4...

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Waveshare UGV Rover is Powered By a Raspberry Pi
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Waveshare UGV Rover is Powered By a Raspberry Pi

The Waveshare UGV Rover is an open-source educational and commercial platform that can be used for remote exploration, object recognition, autonomous navigation, and more. The Rover is built around a Raspberry Pi and can be configured with A Pi5 or Pi4B. There are also two additional...

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Louder Raspberry Pi – Home Media Center powered by Raspberry Pi and TAS5805M DAC
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Louder Raspberry Pi – Home Media Center powered by Raspberry Pi and TAS5805M DAC

Louder Raspberry Pi is an open-source home media center, developed by Andriy Malyshenko of Sonocotta, built on the Raspberry Pi Zero W or Zero 2 W and Texas Instruments TAS5805M DAC. It's a compact audio entertainment platform designed for ease of use. Louder Raspberry Pi combines the...

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CrowVision 11.6” Capacitive Touch Display Review – Compatible with Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, Jetson Nano, and More
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CrowVision 11.6” Capacitive Touch Display Review – Compatible with Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, Jetson Nano, and More

The CrowVision is an 11.6” IPS Capacitive Touchscreen Display module specially designed to be attached to most single-board computers(SBC) with adjustable mounting holes in the back. The display features a resolution of 1366×768, so for an 11.6” it translates to 135ppi. It offers...

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Waveshare’s New ESP32-C6-Pico Board Shares the Same Form Factor as the Raspberry Pi Pico
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Waveshare’s New ESP32-C6-Pico Board Shares the Same Form Factor as the Raspberry Pi Pico

Waveshare has recently launched a new ESP32-C6-Pico Board that has a similar form factor to the Raspberry Pi Pico. However, instead of an RP2040 chip, the board is built around an ESP32-C6-MINI-1 module. This little tweak makes the board compatible with a series of Waveshare LED...

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Add four USB 3.2 ports to your Raspberry Pi 5 with the Waveshare PCIe to USB HAT+
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Add four USB 3.2 ports to your Raspberry Pi 5 with the Waveshare PCIe to USB HAT+

The Waveshare PCIe to USB HAT+ is designed to extend the capabilities of the Raspberry Pi 5 or the Rockchip Rock Pi boards by adding four more USB 3.2 high-speed USB ports. The module will also feature real-time power status monitoring and allow USB power management through software....

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