Pi-Top the company well-known for producing a variety of different Raspberry Pi powered laptop systems has today teased their latest creation building on their previous Raspberry Pi-Top 3 and aptly named the Pi-Top 4. As you might have already guessed at the heart of Pi-Top 4 is the brand new Raspberry Pi 4, offering a huge increase in power and speed allowing makers, students and enthusiasts to make and do so much more.
Thanks to the Pi 4, Pi‑Top 4 you can connect two 4k screens via the dual micro HDMI ports and its own built-in OLED mini screen.The Pi-Top 4 was fist unveiled back in January 2019 and is now close to being launched via a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign.
Pi-Top 4 with Gigabit Ethernet, dual HDMI for two 4k screen displays, 4GB of LPDDR4 SDRAM, two USB 3 ports and one USB 2 port for connecting devices and peripherals. Every Pi‑Top 4 comes with 12 Pi-Top component modules comprising programmable sensors, buttons and LEDs to bring your inventions to life.
“You connect these to your Pi‑Top 4 using a Foundation Plate that fits snuggly underneath it. The Foundation Plate is a beginner level plate that lets you connect LEDs, sensors and potentiometers to make circuits, games and electronic systems.”
Pi-top’s Chief Education & Product Officer, Graham Brown-Martin, explains what pi‑top 4 and Raspberry Pi 4 with 4GB of RAM means for makers, modders and hackers.
“We’ve been working on something awesome, and it’s nearly ready… With the launch of Raspberry Pi 4 with 4GB of RAM, pi‑top 4 is about to get even more incredible. Ssome exclusive, strictly limited offers coming very soon…”
For more information and to register your interest for updates and exclusive offers before the Kickstarter campaign officially launches, jump over to the official Pi-Top website by following the link to below to enter your details. As soon as more details on pricing and availability are made available we will keep you up to speed as always.
Source : PT
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