Raspberry Pi enthusiasts thinking of building their very own pocket PC may be interested in a Pi Zero project called the Noodle Pi, which takes the form of a tiny 3D printed pocket computer equipped with a Pimoroni HyperPixel 3.5″ display. The tiny HyperPixel display is capable of providing users with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels at 270 PPI and offers touchscreen support with 18-bit colour and a 60 FPS frame rate.
The pocket computer is also equipped with a Raspberry Pi Camera Module v2, for up to 8MP still photos, and 1080p30 or 720p60 or VGA90 video and powered by an internal rechargeable 500mAh battery. A number of different kits are available depending on your budget and requirements from $49 up to $199 for a pre-assembled Noodle Pi complete with all components and fully tested.
Noodle Pi is the first modern open GNU/Linux handheld computerThat has been built using the Raspberry Pi Zero and equipped with a high-resolution touchscreen. The system includes two different keyboard docks, an NES game controller dock, a holster, and a wrist dock help make Noodle Pi a versatile and practical wearable computer. The “Noodle Air” version provides air-gapped security for sensitive notes, photos, passwords, private keys, crypto-currency cold storage, etc.
For more information jump over to the Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below to purchase your required kit.
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