NEW PRODUCTS – Official Raspberry Pi Optical Mouse + Keyboard

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NEW PRODUCTS – Official Raspberry Pi Optical Mouse + Keyboard


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This is a mouse. But, hark, it’s no generic mouse. It’s the Official Raspberry Pi Mouse!

It’s optical for good resolution and precision, three buttons, and has a sturdy USB connector. The track wheel has a good spin and click action. The right and left click also make a nice satisfying sound which we always enjoy. It’s small, but not too small, yet big enough to fit your hand comfortably.

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Specifications:

  • Three-button optical mouse
  • Scroll wheel
  • USB type-A connector (60cm long cable)
  • Compatible with all Raspberry Pi products, and any other computer with a USB port
  • Ergonomic design for comfortable use
  • Dimensions: 110 x 65 x 32mm

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Next up, the Official Raspberry Pi Keyboard!


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We’re carrying the Official Raspberry Pi Keyboard! It’s got 3 built-in USB ports (which frees up the USB ports on your Pi! It’s a peripheral party!). The keyboard is a full QWERTY keyboard and is compatible with all operating systems.

While we love grab-bag, mixed, and assorted things, sometimes it’s rather nice to have a matching set of keyboard and mouse! You can pick up the Official Raspberry Pi Mouse too, if y’like!

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Keyboard Specifications:

  • 78 keys, US layout
  • 3 x USB 2.0 type-A ports for connecting other peripherals
  • Automatic keyboard language detection
  • USB type-A to micro USB type-B cable for connection (1m long)
  • Compatible with all Raspberry Pi products
  • Ergonomic design for comfortable use
  • Dimensions: 285 x 120 x 22mm

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In stock and shipping now!


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