Raspberry Pi enthusiasts wishing that the Raspberry Pi Zero was available with professionally soldered header pins in place, will be pleased to know that the Raspberry Pi Foundation has today announced its availability from Raspberry Pi Approved Resellers. As the name suggests the Raspberry Pi Zero WH is perfect for anyone who doesn’t own a soldering iron who wants to get started connecting devices without the need to add additional pins.
Now a Raspberry Pi Zero WH is now available with pins attached it makes it even easier to use the GPIO expander tool for Debian Stretch on a PC or Mac. Which allows those interested in trying out physical computing in the classroom or at home and easy way to increase the setup cost as well as provide an easy way to add pHATS to your next project. But the GPIO expander is just one of many uses for the Raspberry Pi Zero W with a header. Jump over to the official Raspberry Pi Foundation website for more details and a list of approved Raspberry Pi Resellers that will now be stocking the latest addition to the Raspberry Pi range of mini PCs.
To recap the tiny $5 Raspberry Pi Zero W mini PC is powered by a 1GHz, single-core CPU supported by 512MB RAM and equipped with Mini HDMI and USB On-The-Go ports, Micro USB power, HAT-compatible 40-pin header which now comes with pins already soldered if required. Together with composite video and reset headers and CSI camera connector.
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