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Raspberry Pi Zero W

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The Raspberry Pi Zero W is a new iteration of the Original Pi Zero, includes all the same features with integrated WiFi and Bluetooth functionality.

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The Raspberry Pi Zero W is a new iteration of Raspberry Pi single board computers, and comes packed with all of the functionality of the original Raspberry, but with added onboard WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities. This means you don’t have to get WiFi or Bluetooth HATs or modules, and can instead jump straight into the wireless communications action without needing any additional components.

Just like the Raspberry Pi Zero, this board includes a microSD card slot, a Mini-HDMI 1080p video and audio output, a micro USB data port, a micro USB 5V power input, a CSI camera connector, an RCA composite video output, as well as the Broadcom BCM2835 SoC that runs at up to 1GHz Dual Core VideoCore IV GPU with 512MB onboard RAM. These features make it a powerhouse of a board, packed into the tiny form factor of 65 x 30mm – with onboard WiFi and Bluetooth now added in to make the deal even sweeter.

 

Raspberry Pi Zero W  -  Technical Specifications:

  • Processor

– Broadcom BCM2835 - 1GHz ARM11 Single-Core

  • RAM

– 512MB

  • Storage

– MicroSD Card Slot

  • Video Output

– Mini-HDMI Port (1080p output)

  • GPIO Header

– 40PIN Unpopulated Header

  • Camera Support

– CSO Camera Connector

  • Wireless Support

– 802.11 b/g/n Wireless LAN / Bluetooth 4.1

  • USB Support

– Micro-USB Power / Micro-USB OTG Port

  • Dimensions

– 65 x 30mm

 

Typical Applications for the Raspberry Pi Zero W:

The Raspberry Pi Zero W can do everything the original Zero could, and more, and is an excellent investment if you are an avid electronics or programming enthusiast. The mountain-load of features ensure that it can perform a truly diverse range of different functions for a variety of projects, with the WiFi and Bluetooth additions allowing it to even connect to other devices and the internet without any expansion boards or additional investments.

And while we could list thousands of different examples of how this board could be used, especially in conjunction with the exciting array of different Raspberry Pi HATs available on the market, we simply suggest that you simply visit the Instructables site and feast your eyes on all of the different projects that people have enjoyed with this board.

So, whether you have been waiting patiently for this new board with added functionality to arrive, or are just getting into Making and programming with Raspberry Pi Boards, the Raspberry Pi Zero W is a great investment to help you enjoy the projects you’ve always wanted to make.

 

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