TinyTVs Offer a Bitesize Raspberry Pi Dose of Television #piday #raspberrypi
These adorable retro tv’s are running off of the Raspberry Pi Pico’s RP2040. From Tom’s Hardware:
TinyTV 2 and TinyTV mini are tiny displays powered by the Raspberry Pi Pico’s RP2040, which can playback videos stored in the internal memory or stream video over a USB connection.
TinyTV 2 and Tiny TV Mini replicate the mid-20th century television aesthetic, but inside, they are powered by Raspberry Pi’s powerful RP2040 microcontroller. Both units offer around 8GB of internal storage, which TinyCircuit claims will provide around 10 hours of playback for TinyTV 2 and a whopping 40 hours of video for TinyTV Mini
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