The British Foundation Raspberry Pi which develops single-board-computer announced on their keyboard computer – the Raspberry Pi 400. Raspberry Pi Foundation is UK-based charity that aim to make computing and digital making accessible and available for people all over the world, by developing low-cost and high performance single-board-computers and free software.
The new Raspberry Pi 400 come as simple compact solution which all the SBC (single board computer) parts are inside the company’s official keyboard and you just need to plug/connect the monitor (HDMI cable), mouse and the power cable and you good to go. The computer come with the quad core processor the Cortex-A72 that running at 1.8Ghz and 4GB Ram compare to 1.5Ghz of the regular Raspberry Pi 4 Model B which announced a year ago.
At the back of Pi 400 we can find the Pi 4 regular connectors such as micro HDMI connector, USB 3.0, USB-C and even the company’s familiar GPIO connector. More then that the keyboard computer will run Raspberry Pi OS software that based on Linux.
The new Raspberry Pi 400 is available for $70 and more then that, the company offers a special kit for $100 which include mouse, charger, and official company’s HDMI cable in addition to micro SD card with the Raspberry Pi OS software installed and Raspberry Pi’s guide book that come in the regular kit.