We’ve got not one but two big articles about the Raspberry Pi Zero W in issue 55 of The MagPi. We have a Big Build this issue teaching you how to make a modified PiGRRL handheld retro console, along with a complete breakdown of everything that’s cool and new with the Raspberry Pi Zero W.
Inside issue 55, the featured section contains beautifully documented walkthrough of the PiGRRL build. The instructions are nicely laid out with lovely typography and imagery. It’s really well done, kudos to the MagPi team for making such an awesome magazine. Right after the build, there’s a little interview with Pedro and myself. We are super honored to be showcased and very excited to get our hands on the new Raspberry Pi Zero W.
PS: We’d like to thank PT and Limor for this wonderful opportunity, couldn’t have done it without them 🙂 <3
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