Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3 Raspberry Pi Zero Only Reviews

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Steve K
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I wanted to replace a Pi B OpenElec project... well, just because the Zero is cool. And, of course, the extra MHZ are handy. Once I'd bottomed out the connectivity issues (HDMI to VGA+Audio splitter and MicroUSB to USB hub), all I had to do was upgrade OpenElec to the latest version. After that, it was a simple MicroSD swap (MicroSD was in an SD adapter). Power, boot and Bingo! Everything working on a lower power, faster, newer, MINISCULE Pi (so low power that it's actually powered by the USB hub in the monitor to which it is connected). I have a feeling I'll be buying a few more of these...
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Posted 5 years ago
Deborah S
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This has not only met, but exceeded my expectations. It goes without saying that you should just buy this immediately, it's a £4 computer for crying out loud! Also, get the accessory kit with it, you'll need it
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Posted 5 years ago
Joe H
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Excellent little essentials kit, all you need to get working straightaway!!
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Posted 5 years ago
?ukasz Z
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Loving it
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Posted 5 years ago
Thijs L
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Great service, fast shipping and cool hardware!
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Posted 5 years ago
William C
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Basically with the std nobs install its like a full PC, A little slower and in its basic form no internet connection but £3.20 + vat and del. About the cost of a cheep coffee.
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Posted 5 years ago
Mr W
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Pi Hut have produced a well thought out "Essentials Kit". Delivered in it's own Altoids tin package to protect it during transport. This extra touch provides the notion something very special exists inside. And indeed it does! All you need to make this incredibly low priced computer to work, and for just £6 on the Pi price! This is Pi Hut demonstrating they know what us Pi fans need. A tin; mine already supplying power and pots to numerous mini experiments.
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Posted 5 years ago
Eric L
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Nice hardware, just missing the audio output if you need it, but looks like there is a way to get analog audio out : https://learn.adafruit.com/introducing-the-raspberry-pi-zero/audio-outputs Also remember that there are no pins (pre)soldered, you will have to use your soldering iron... ;)
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Posted 5 years ago