Today is Raspberry Pi’s fifth birthday, and there’s a brand new version of the pocket PC
Raspberry Pi has introduced a new Wi-Fi -equipped microcomputer costing just £10.
Launched to celebrate the firm’s 5th birthday today, the Raspberry Pi Zero W brings wireless connectivity to the firm’s smallest computer for the first time.
In November 2015, the firm launched the tiny £4 Raspberry Pi Zero, which was five times cheaper than its original model.
Makers used the tiny device to build various devices that required internet connectivity. This meant that they had to add extra components to the tiny computer in order to connect to the web.
The new Zero W solves this problem by integrating a Wi-Fi chip along with Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity.
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