A tiny, single board computer with wireless and Bluetooth connectivity, perfect for embedded Internet of Things projects.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has a history of designing and making some pretty ground-breaking devices, and the Pi Zero W is a useful member of this family.
The Zero W is a super-small, hackable, ultra-low-cost computer. It uses the same 40-pin GPIO arrangement as its larger siblings, so it's compatible with a wide range of accessories. To attach HATs (and other things) to your Zero W you'll probably want to solder on a 40 pin header, as the he vanilla Zero W comes without a pin header.
Pi Zero boards use a mini HDMI port for connecting to a display and microB USB ports for connecting to power and USB devices. You can find adapters for plugging in standard HDMI cables and standard USB A devices (like keyboards) in this adaptor kit [[[do we carry this?]]] (it comes with a 40 pin header too!). You can pick up a suitable power supply [[[need product?]]]. If you're looking for something to protect your Pi, try an enclosure to safely ensconce it and protect it from bumps and bruises.
|Dimensions||7.5 × 12 × 2.5 cm|
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Warning: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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