The Raspberry Pi Foundation has just released the Raspberry Pi 400, a desktop PC in a keyboard.
Raspberry Pi computers were initially developed to aid in teaching, especially in communities and countries where cost was the prime factor. Over time, the computers became popular with programmers and tinkerers and are widely used in certain fields, such as robotics.
Now the foundation has released its latest version, which is built into a keyboard, being the closest to an all-in-one machine the foundation has ever produced. Sticking with its low cost-of-entry, the Raspberry Pi comes in at a mere $70.
The keyboard computer features a quad-core 64-bit processor, 4 GB of RAM, WiFi, 4K video playback and dual-display output. It also ”comes with a mouse, power supply, micro HDMI to HDMI cable, and SD card preloaded with Raspberry Pi OS.” All a user needs is a monitor and they’re ready to go.
This new addition to the Raspberry Pi family will no doubt be a big hit and make it even easier for people to get onboard.