• This New $6 Raspberry Pi Is The Computer The DIY Smart Home Needs

    1 month ago - By SlashGear

    Yet another Raspberry Pi model has hit shelves, this one offering enhanced Pico capabilities with a price tag that remains insanely affordable.
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  • How to Connect Raspberry Pi Pico W to the Internet

    How to Connect Raspberry Pi Pico W to the Internet

    1 month ago - By Tom's Hardware

    Using the latest $6 Raspberry Pi Pico W we find out how many astronauts are on the International Space Station, and learn their names.
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  • Raspberry Pi introduces a $6 board with Wi-Fi

    Raspberry Pi introduces a $6 board with Wi-Fi

    1 month ago - By TechCrunch

    Everyone's favorite versatile microcontroller maker, Raspberry Pi, just unveiled a handful of new, budget-minded products. The company is building on the success of its $4 Pico board, which has thus far moved just under two million units since its January 2021 launch.
    The new Pico W is launching today for $6 - the “W” brings 802.11 Wi-Fi connectivity to the system. The $5 Pico H adds a pre-populated header for interefacting with other systems; the Pico WH gets you both. The first two are available right now, while WH is shipping at some point in August.
    As the company notes, its boards...
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  • Raspberry Pi announces the Pico W, a $6 microcontroller equipped with Wi-Fi

    Raspberry Pi announces the Pico W, a $6 microcontroller equipped with Wi-Fi

    1 month ago - By The Verge

    Raspberry Pi has introduced a successor to last year's Pico , a $4 microcontroller based on the RP2040 chip the company designed itself. The new model is called the Pico W. It's basically the same hardware, but it adds, as the name suggests, an 802.11n Wi-Fi radio, making it useful for putting together IoT projects and the like. It's also more expensive than the standard Pico, coming in at $6.
    A 50 percent price jump isn't insignificant (especially if you plan on buying a ton of these), but it's understandable why the W version costs so much more than the original. Raspberry Pi CEO Eben...
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