Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W Pocket-Sized Cyberdeck Programs Pico Projects #PiDay #Python #Cyberdeck @TomsHardware @ChrisRemboldt @Raspberry_Pi
Chris Remboldt demonstrates a beta build of a portable Python practice Cyberdeck rig. It uses a Pimoroni Hyperpixel display on a Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W in a flirc case. Input by Solder Party with their new BB Q20 keyboard/mouse.
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