[Lab] New Raspberry Pi Zero!
Joseph Michael Sleiman
jslei033 at uottawa.ca
Thu Dec 3 01:57:15 EST 2015
I don't believe you can, but you can always hook it up to a hub and then
plug into there, or use it like a USB OTG connection. I believe that was
Part of the interesting thing of the Pi0, in my opinion, will be if you can
still hook up the camera. Then you can have some fun. Same for anything
else really where you need the speed of the ARM11 core.
On Thu, Nov 26, 2015 at 3:19 PM, Chris de Groot <cdegroot at adobe.com> wrote:
> That is cool. I really would like to have a cheaper Arduino Mega, this is
> not really it, I want the larger RAM, storage and more USBs, but do not
> care about the HDMI stuff.
> I will be playing with a couple SparkFun ESP8266 Thing boards over the
> weekend, which are 3 times the price of the Pi Zero, but not when you at
> WiFi, SD card etc… can you even get a WiFi usb dongle with a micro USB
> From: Lab <lab-bounces at artengine.ca> on behalf of Joseph Michael Sleiman <
> jslei033 at uottawa.ca>
> Date: Thursday, November 26, 2015 at 1:57 PM
> To: Jason Cobill <jason.cobill at gmail.com>
> Cc: lab <lab at artengine.ca>
> Subject: Re: [Lab] New Raspberry Pi Zero!
> Oh dear. That's pretty amazing. The only microcontroller on ARM that comes
> close in price, that I know, of, is the mcHack, and this has a GPU built
> ... The only way this could get better is if intel takes note and drops
> the price of its x86 embedded line. I was pretty happy with the Pi2 -- this
> is an amazing deal for anyone making a project around the pi.
> On Thu, Nov 26, 2015 at 10:00 AM, Jason Cobill <jason.cobill at gmail.com>
>> I imagine most of you will have already heard this morning, but the
>> new Raspberry Pi Zero (based on the Pi 1 architecture, but a bit faster) is
>> Even at $35 is was a pretty disruptive price - at $5 they've become
>> virtually disposable.
>> I wonder if other architectures are going to try to compete with an
>> offering at this price, or if components this cheap have margins too slim
>> to be profitable.
>> -Jason Cobill
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