The CutiePi is the first Raspberry Pi-based tablet I’ve used that I’d actually consider a ‘tablet’. It’s no iPad, but it is a fun and durable tablet with a little bit of fun in the form of a handle that doubles as a stand.

Is it a tablet for everyone? No. But it does have its uses, and it gives you a full open source hardware Linux tablet that can run a variety of systems, including CutiePi’s own Shell UI.

Links, links, and more links (some are affiliate links):

– CutiePi: https://cutiepi.io
– 8BitDo N30 Pro2 Bluetooth controller: https://amzn.to/3wqVYpk
– My Pi Rack: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87lAQtML2FQ
– Pi Zero 2 Null 2 review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zu3pjvdSHI

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00:00 – This is CutiePi
01:06 – CutiePi Walkthrough
03:17 – CutiePi Shell UI
07:51 – Testing YouTube playback
09:25 – Portable Use and Battery Life
11:22 – Drawing responsiveness
11:47 – RetroPie gaming test
16:17 – iPad replacement?
17:30 – Teardown
22:46 – Open Source Hardware
23:23 – Shipping delays and getting it finished
25:37 – My thoughts and gaffes