Introducing Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W
Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W packs far more power into the same space. The new quad-core 1GHz CPU is up to five times as fast as the original Zero and Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W is compatible with all current Zero projects and kits. In this month’s edition of The MagPi:
- Complete specifications and hardware guide with all major components outlined in full detail.
- Discover the new system in a package (SiP) process (a first for Raspberry Pi). This enables both the CPU and DRAM to share the same chip.
- See X-ray images of Zero 2 W. A picture says 1,000 words: especially when it reveals a unique Easter Egg behind the SiP.
- Eben Upton and Simon Martin talk us through Zero 2 W’s design. We chat with Raspberry Pi’s CEO and Founder and Principal Hardware Engineer.
Raspberry Pi Operating Systems
We love Raspberry Pi OS and it’s just one of many different OSes you can use with a Raspberry Pi computer. This month, we look at Ubuntu, RISC OS, LibreELEC, RetroPie and a wealth of other OSes. So turn your Raspberry Pi into something new with a different operating system.
Turn Keybow 2040 into a stream deck
Streaming video across the internet is much easier with a Stream Deck. These clever dedicated keyboards contain LEDs that light up and enable shortcuts at the touch of a button. This month, Rob Zwetsloot shows us how to turn a Keybow 2040 into a stream deck for video control.
Pico Light Arcade
Every issue of The MagPi magazine is packed with Raspberry Pi and Raspberry Pi Pico projects. This Light Arcade is a physical recreation of the Whac-a-Mole games found in seaside arcades across the world.
Enhance your home with a Raspberry Pi media player
Find and control smart devices on your home network using a Raspberry Pi connected to your television. PJ Evans takes a media streaming home server and adds smart networking functionality. The result is an incredibly versatile tool that entertains and looks after your house at the same time.
Discover the TonyPi walking robot
We love a good robot at The MagPi, and Hiwonder’s TonyPi is one of the most spectacular we’ve seen in a while. Discover this fully articulated walking robot with arms and a face-detecting camera.
Pick up your copy of The MagPi issue #111
The MagPi magazine is available as a free digital download, or you can purchase a print edition from the Raspberry Pi Press store. Subscribe to The MagPi in print for 12-months and get a free Raspberry Pi Zero 2 computer.