Those of you that are looking to get started in making and programming using the recently announced Raspberry Pi Zero mini PC might be interested in a new beginner’s guide which is being created by the team over at WIRED.
To recap the new Raspberry Pi Zero mini PC takes the form of a small yet powerful PC that is available to purchase for just 4 pounds or five dollars and is equipped with a Broadcom BCM2835 application processor supported by 512MB of LPDDR2 SDRAM.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation explains :
Raspberry Pi Zero is an ultra-low-cost variant of the original Raspberry Pi ideal for prototyping and embedding into projects! You will need a mini-HDMI adaptor to use the Raspberry Pi Zero with a normal HDMI display (like a TV or monitor). We sell a Raspberry Pi Zero kit with adaptors here. You will need a micro-B USB to female USB A cable to use normal USB devices with the Raspberry Pi Zero.
To learn more about the small yet powerful mini PC jump over to the WIRED website via the link below. WIRED explains :
The following intro guide will help you go beyond simply staring at the miniature, refined brilliance of the Zero hardware, and actually start using it to make things, play games and experiment. We’re also looking for experts in the field to show off their most amazing and creative projects.
If you found this article interesting you might also be interested in this list of awesome Raspberry Pi Zero projects we have put together.