NEW Raspberry Pi Touchscreen
Introducing the official LCD Touchscreen from Raspberry Pi. The perfect zero compromise display to turn your Pi into a complete standalone solution for multimedia applications.
- 7” 10 point capacitive touchscreen
- 800x480 resolution at 60fps
- 24-bit RGB colour
- 70° viewing angle
- Latest drivers support a virtual keyboard
NEW Raspberry Pi Sense Hat
The Pi Sense Hat, for using your Pi in space… or just if you want to take advantage of all these great sensors. As part of the Astro Pi competition the challenge was set to create a board to be taken up to the ISS. The astronauts don’t have access to screens, keyboards or mice but can still get all the great benefits of Raspberry Pi in space. And so the Sense Hat was created. Also on board…
- 64 LED, 8 x8 matrix to display messages, icons or shapes.
- Inertial measurement unit, to know where you are with accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer
- Humidity sensor and Pressure sensor
- 5-button joystick
About Raspberry Pi
Raspberry Pi Foundation
Based in the UK, the Raspberry Pi Foundation (registered educational charity number 1129409) aims to accelerate the education and improve the skills of children and adults in computer science, programming and related subjects. By introducing the a credit-card sized Raspberry Pi, a low cost, powerful and easily accessible computer capable of running many programing languages including Scratch and Python the Foundation has brought coding to a whole new generation of hackers, makers and electronics engineers.
The range now includes second generation Raspberry Pi 2 products; low power & low cost Raspberry Pi Model A+; and the Raspberry Pi Compute Module for embedded applications to support a wealth of choice to our customers.
So whether you want to learn to programme, hack around with some hardware, or design it in at the core of your innovative new device then this is ideal for you.