1.2 Petabytes on a Raspberry Pi (Part 2)

1.2 Petabytes on a Raspberry Pi (Part 2)

Sometimes you have to go slow to go fast—with 60 hard drives on 1 Raspberry Pi, I found a way to make it run in RAID! It’s not the fastest storage server in town, but it’s good for about 70 MB/sec write speeds and sucks down about 500 Watts of power. Many...
3D Printed Raspberry Pi Case Using The Creality Ender-3 S1 Pro

3D Printed Raspberry Pi Case Using The Creality Ender-3 S1 Pro

In this video, we’ll use the new Creality Ender-3 S1 Pro to 3D print a new case for my Raspberry Pi. The Ender-3 S1 Pro has a number of new features and upgrades over the original Ender-3 and Ender-3 V2, so I’m excited to see how it performs. Thanks to...
This New Raspberry Pi Laptop Is Actually Pretty Good, CrowPi L Hands On

This New Raspberry Pi Laptop Is Actually Pretty Good, CrowPi L Hands On

The Brand New CrowPi L or CrowPi Lite is an excellent Raspberry pi 4-powered laptop with a built-in battery and an 11.6” 1080P IPS display. You can run any Raspberry Pi Operating system like Raspberry pi OS, POP OS, Twister OS, Recalbox, RetroPie, Batocera, and More....
The ultimate media streaming service? Getting started with Plex on Raspberry Pi

The ultimate media streaming service? Getting started with Plex on Raspberry Pi

Using a Raspberry Pi shouldn’t be complicated. 📥 Download my free PDF glossary to start the right way: https://download.raspberrytips.com/glossary Plex is an interesting streaming media service. Like Netflix or Prime Video, there are a few shows and movies you can...
Smarter than a Smart TV! (Raspberry Pi Inside)

Smarter than a Smart TV! (Raspberry Pi Inside)

This thing isn’t a TV; it’s a display! It costs more than a smart TV, but it also doesn’t spy on you, so that’s nice. Thanks to Sharp NEC Display Solutions of America for sending the display, speakers, stand, and Compute Module kit used in this...