Raspberry Pi Accessories
If you’re looking for some of the best Raspberry Pi accessories, then you’re in the right place. Here you will find accessories ranging from cases, Pi kits and much more.
For each of the accessories, we take a look at the pros and cons of each one. Also, we take a look at the features, and what you might expect to get out of a particular accessory, this may be atheistic, functionality or anything else.
There so many accessories for the Pi with even more on the way. As I mentioned before they’re a fantastic way to get the most out of your Pi. Something like the Sense HAT adds some great sensors and additional functionality.
Hopefully, these guides and reviews will make it easier on deciding if you need the accessory you’re thinking of getting.
In this CrowPi review we will be showing off a brand new device from STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) focused manufacturer Elecrow. For those who do not know who Elecrow are, they are a Chinese manufacturer based out of Shenzhen. The CrowPi is...read more
In this Raspad review, we will be delving into a new up, and coming device called the RasPad. The RasPad is a portable Raspberry Pi based tablet developed by SunFounder. For those who don't know SunFounder is a company located in the Shenzen district in China with a...read more
The Raspberry Pi Sense Hat was released back in 2015 and is an incredibly cool device that allows you to add a bunch of sensors easily to the Pi. It also adds an 8x8 LED matrix display and a joystick that you’re able to use in your programs. In this guide, I go...read more
In this tutorial, I go through the steps on how to set up a Raspberry Pi LCD 16x2 display. This display is a cool way to display some information from the Pi without needing any expensive or complicated display setup. A 16x2 display unlike a touchscreen or a regular...read more
In this Pi-Top review, I take a look at both the hardware and software of this cool DIY Raspberry Pi laptop. After pre-ordering the Pi-Top about six months ago and after a few delays I finally received it in the mail just a few weeks ago. In this review, I will go...read more
If you’re looking for a Pi-Top unboxing and assembly guide, then look no further. In this guide, I take a look at the contents of the kit and how to put this Raspberry Pi laptop together. For those who don’t know the Pi-Top is a Raspberry Pi laptop that you put...read more
In this guide, I am taking a look at the official Raspberry Pi touchscreen. This screen is perfect for anyone looking for a touch solution for their next project or would just like to extend the Pi’s functionality. Throughout this guide, I will take you through...read more
In this Kano kit review, I take a look at Raspberry Pi kit that is designed as an education tool for coding for kids. This kit has been out for a while and was launched by successful Kickstarter, in this review I will go over the contents of the kit and any pros and...read more
Now there are plenty more exceptional cases on the market, but these, in my opinion, are the coolest Raspberry Pi cases. Each of these cases has their pros and their cons which I'll go through briefly below. In this roundup. I will highlight some of the functionality...read more
If you’re after other Raspberry Pi information be sure to check out our many great tutorials, projects and much more on this website.
There is plenty of Raspberry Pi guides to check out over at the guides page. These will take you through the specifics on the Pi such as using raspi config, SSH and much more. There are also guides that will teach you non-Pi specific stuff such as turning still images into a time-lapse.
If you’re after some fun Raspberry Pi projects, then head over to the projects page. You will find projects ranging from easy ones where you can complete with little to no programming knowledge to advanced where you will need a decent understanding of programming.
Many more Raspberry Pi accessories are coming out in the near future. There are also plenty of cool things that are already currently out on the market that we will be looking into very soon.
The beginner Raspberry Pi projects, are tutorials that don’t require a tremendous amount of coding or terminal work. They are also a lot easier to get working, and you’re less likely to run into any complications along the way. If you’re interested in these be sure to check them out.
There are many Raspberry Pi 2 & 3 accessories are still currently in development so you can expect this page to grow with more and more over time. There is a lot of developers building some pretty cool add-on boards, peripherals and much more.
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