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Socoder -> Retro Coding -> RasbPi400 - A Pi in a Keyboard

Posted : Tuesday, 03 November 2020, 18:17
Jayenkai
BBC News https://www.bbc.com/news/amp/technology-54782255
RasbPi400 : An RPi in a keyboard.

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Posted : Tuesday, 03 November 2020, 18:18
steve_ancell
I want chunky keyboard with numeric keypad.
Posted : Wednesday, 04 November 2020, 04:49
spinal
My problem with "Raspberry Pi as main computer" is that, well, they're limited to linux, which I can never be bothered to learn to use and they're s-l-o-w. Sure, they're cheap, but I'd rather spend a little money and get something that my old mac mini 2011 doesn't wipe the floor with.

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Posted : Wednesday, 04 November 2020, 07:50
Jayenkai
I think it depend on use-case.
Trying to use this as your daily-driver, excpecting the work of variety of a "normal" pc. That's probably not going to work out too well.

On the other hand.. if this had, say, a version of SmileBASIC on it, then you'd have a retro computer you could plug into your telly and code on.
That's pretty much the dream, right?

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Posted : Wednesday, 25 November 2020, 04:35
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Posted : Wednesday, 25 November 2020, 17:32
rychan
I'm very impressed by the low power usage of these Raspberry PIs.

So long as it can do basic computing, handle audio, and a bit or other stuff then, yeah I can see it being a secondary driver.

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