Today has been a busy day, as I’ve been configuring back my Raspberry and Orange Pi’s as well as my PINE 64 to crunch BOINC Distributed Computing tasks again. Also, I moved some of the Intel SBCs to their new place as you can see in the image below:
These SBCs has been offline since the last days of July and now I’ve put them up to work and contribute again.
A few months ago, I got the Raspberry Pi Zero. This is a very small computer but it is extremely cheap! I got it just to try it as I was curious to see how will it perform compared to the original Raspberry Pi. It performs really well, I think a little faster than the original Pi, but that could be because of the speed of the MicroSD card I’m using here.
Anyway, here, you’ll see some videos I made about the Raspberry Pi Zero. Hope you like them:
Downloading Raspbian for the Raspberry Pi Zero:
Connecting and using the Raspberry Pi Zero:
Size comparison between other Raspberry Pi and Orange Pi
[4K Video] Unboxing the Canakit Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit
A few months ago, I got the Canakit Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit. This kit comes with everything needed to get your Raspberry Pi 3 up and running. Included are the Raspberry Pi 3, AC Adapter, MicroSD Card with a USB Reader, a Case, HDMI Cable, Heatsinks, and several documentations.
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