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Raspberry Pi Reveals '400', Computer Built into a Compact Keyboard

Inspired by the classic PCs, it's affordable, high-performance, and compact.

Raspberry Pi has just revealed its affordable, high-performance, programmable personal computer, built into a compact keyboard, inspired by the classic PCs.

Tired of those heavy desktop computer cabinets? And want to carry something as strong as a desktop computer, ditching out your laptop? Raspberry Pi 400 has just arrived to fulfill those requests.

"User friendliness is about more than performance: it can also be about form factor. In particular, having fewer objects on your desk makes for a simpler set-up experience," the Raspberry blog reads

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No computer case, keyboard cable, or a separate system is needed. All this new computer takes is a power supply, a monitor cable, and a mouse. 

Raspberry Pi Reveals '400', Computer Built into a Compact Keyboard
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The new computer comes in two ways. If you'd like to buy only the computer on its own, it's only $70

Raspberry Pi Reveals '400', Computer Built into a Compact Keyboard
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If you're thinking bigger than that, a complete PC kit which plugs into your TV or monitor will include: 

  • A Raspberry Pi 400 computer
  • Official USB mouse
  • Official USB-C power supply
  • An SD card with Raspberry Pi OS pre-installed
  • A micro HDMI to HDMI cable
  • The official Raspberry Pi Beginner’s Guide         
Raspberry Pi Reveals '400', Computer Built into a Compact Keyboard
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Currently, only English (UK and US), French, Italian, German, and Spanish keyboard layouts are available. Translated versions of the Beginner's Guide comes along with the kit. Raspberry Pi plans to support the same set of languages as the official keyboards.

You can buy the UK, US and France Raspberry Pi 400 computers and kits for now. Coming up next are Italian, German, and Spanish units for the next week.

Approved Resellers in India, Australia and New Zealand will expectedly have the kits and computers by the end of this year. 

Enjoy these cute units while you can!

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