Turning your Raspberry Pi 400 Computer into a USB Keyboard #PiDay #RaspberryPi @Raspberry_Pi @Gadgetoid
Phil Howard posts on Twitter how to turn the Raspberry Pi 400 computer into a USB HID keyboard for another computer.
Yes, the Raspberry Pi Foundation does sell a regular USB keyboard one can use with any computer. But if you want more of a Swiss Army knife rather than a single blade, the Pi 400 is definitely the ticket.
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