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The Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W review

The Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W review

I got my hands on the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W. It’s more than twice as fast as the original Pi Zero and Pi Zero W, but what other secrets does it hold? I X-rayed it to find out what’s *inside* this little Pi! It’s not cheap making these videos, so if...
He cut the Raspberry Pi IN HALF!

He cut the Raspberry Pi IN HALF!

Red Shirt Jeff cut my Pi 4 model B in half. I thought it wouldn’t work at all, but surprise surprise, it works! Well… sorta. Discover the art of debugging the Raspberry Pi boot process on this journey through UART, bootloaders, EEPROM, and USB-to-TTL...
Raspberry Pi’s new PoE+ HAT uses too much power!

Raspberry Pi’s new PoE+ HAT uses too much power!

The new PoE+ HAT has some issues, like using almost twice as much power for its own operation as the original PoE HAT. It does supply more power to the Raspberry Pi, but at least for the Pi 3 model B+ and 4 model B, does that even matter? Mentioned in this video:...
A Raspberry Pi takes on KIOXIA’s Enterprise NVMe and SAS SSDs

A Raspberry Pi takes on KIOXIA’s Enterprise NVMe and SAS SSDs

It took some convincing, but KIOXIA sent me two of their latest Enterprise SSDs, the PM6 SAS 24G drive, and the CM6 PCIe NVMe drive, and I test them using the MegaRAID card and ‘Elrond’ storage enclosure sent to me by Broadcom. How do the drives perform?...
Meet MirkoPC – a tiny full-featured Raspberry Pi CM4 PC!

Meet MirkoPC – a tiny full-featured Raspberry Pi CM4 PC!

The MirkoPC is a full-featured Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4-based PC board. It makes the experience of running a Pi as a daily computer much better, with features like a built-in full-size M.2 slot for fast NVMe storage, and a high-quality headphone amplifier. This...