The SnapOnAir Raspberry Pi Zero PCB enables you to create a small handheld Linux mini PC using a few additional components in the form of a 2.8 inch colour TFT display. The PCB is now available to purchase from Tindie price of just $10 and can be fitted with a Raspberry Pi Zero mini PC, purchased separately. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the SnapOnAir Raspberry PI ZERO PCB.
“This is a tiny board to build a true handheld linux PC based on a RPI ZERO W The board lets you have a 2.8 Color ILI9341 TFT display, a keyboard based on a TCA8418 I2C Chip. It also has the possibility to add a buzzer. The board lets you have a mono audio source on a 3.5mm jack plug. The board lets you use a digital microphone The board is compatible with nRF24 trx sub boards.”
To purchase your very own SnapOnAir Raspberry PI ZERO PCB for just $10 jump over to the Tindie website by following the link below.