Raspberry Pi 400 is a Personal Computer
11/2/2020 | By Nate
When the Raspberry Pi 4 launched, the Raspberry Pi Foundation heralded it as being a proper replacement for a personal computer. Now, with the release of the Pi 400, they are proving they are serious about their intent for Raspberry Pi to become a staple of desktops around the world.
The Pi 400 is a marriage of the beautifully designed Raspberry Pi keyboard and a Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 4GB into a single understated package. From the front, you would be none-the-wiser of the power bestowed upon this simple keyboard. But beneath those keys, the quad cores of a Broadcom BCM2711 beat away at 1.8GHz.
Ideal for surfing the web, creating and editing documents, watching videos, and learning to program using the Raspberry Pi OS desktop environment; the Pi 400 supports all the interfaces we’ve become accustomed to on their latest flagship boards:
Two USB 3.0 ports, a USB 2.0 port, and Gigabit Ethernet
MicroSD card slot, two micro HDMI connectors capable of 4K video, and a USB-C power connector
Standard 40 pin Raspberry Pi header
Of course, there is also dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 for all your wireless connectivity needs. Along with 4GB of RAM, the Pi 400 is available in several regional variants to provide the keys to which you’ve become accustomed. The Pi 400 is ideal for classrooms, makerspaces, those looking to save desk space, or anyone who has considered going all-in on a Raspberry Pi for their daily PC.
Find more details and order your Pi 400 today here