Alternative products to Raspberry Pi Zero

5 alternative and related products to Raspberry Pi Zero

Raspberry Pi Zero

The $5 computer

RasPad

Raspberry Pi tablet for your creative projects

The tablet is simple and compacted with all the accessories you need, so you can start programming and making anywhere. SunFounder have many intuitive instruction books to guide beginners as well.

11 Alternatives to RasPad

Kite

Make your own Smartphone

Kite is a DIY kit of electronic components. You can now build a smartphone with your own hands! A KitePhone (i.e. a phone built with Kite) is a powerful Android smartphone that offers a surreal Android experience. It is not a fixed phone - it's configurable in every way. The "case" is 3D printed. And you can change anything.. your lifestyle too!

12 Alternatives to Kite

MAKERphone

Educational DIY mobile phone 📱🛠

MAKERphone is an educational mobile phone that you assemble and code yourself.

It’s a kit, it’s fun, it’s simple… and we need your help to make it happen.

With MAKERphone we’re trying to show people that every machine you see was designed by a human being not different nor smarter than themselves.

5 Alternatives to MAKERphone

Microbit

BBC's handheld, programmable computer given free to UK kids

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Jonathon
Very simple dev environment (web browser or smartphone): - Code visually using Blocks https://makecode.microbit.org/ (or write code using javascript, micropython, c/c++) - Download compiled binary file to computer - Upload binary file to the micro:bit (mounts on the computer as a USB drive) - Or do it all on a smartphone/tablet: write then send code to mic… See more
7 Alternatives to Microbit

PiTanq

PiTanq is a robot-tank to learn artificial intelligence.

PiTanq is a robot-tank built with open hardware and software. It is powered by Raspberry Pi and comes AI ready - with OpenCV and Tensorflow. Could be an educational/hobby toy to learn self-driving. The tank run Linux (Raspbian) and a open source python service to control everything onboard. There is an Android application to drive it manually.

Hackster.io
This project was inspired by a spirit of self-driving cars. I like to construct small cars from Arduino kits, but now decided to make something more than just a toy. One day I found a tank chassis made from glossy aluminum. Self-driving tank sounds even better than car, so that was an inception.
Medium
I always liked to construct small car kits. Later I liked to assemble robot kits with Arduino or Raspberry Pi. Finally, I felt stuck in the guidelines and wanted to make something beyond that. One day I explored robotic parts and encountered a tank chassis made from glossy aluminum.
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