A sleek Cyberdeck using a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 #PiDay #RaspberryPi @Raspberry_Pi @sulfuroid @hackadayio
The ZEETWIN Cyberdeck project uses a Raspberry Pi CM4 and two rectangular panoramic displays. It has a mechanical keyboard, SSD 500GB drive, a trackball and 2 joysticks.
After several versions of the BlakRPI mini PI ZERO cyberdecks and finally the BLak-RPI CLive + the Sharpikeebo, it is now time to go back to work table. I just wanted something completely out of the standards. Many Crowdsupply backers asked to get a cyberdeck with a compute module 4. So this project is started. 2 displays (one is touchscreen so we can use it as an intelligent pointing pad). A SSD M.2 hard drive and a true real cherry MX keys keyboard. We should also be able to add a 4G chip for cellular internet.
We are at early stages of this project, but I expect this to be finished by Xmas 2022. I do not yet know if we are going to start a crowdfunding campaign.
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