Product Hunt Daily Digest
November 1st, 2020

A complete PC in a keyboard 🤯
View Raspberry Pi 400

Today, Raspberry Pi launched Raspberry Pi 400, a portable keyboard with a complete built-in computer.

This fancy but ultra-powerful keyboard comes with a mouse, power supply, micro HDMI to HDMI cable, and SD card preloaded with Raspberry Pi OS - although, if you’re already a user of Raspberry Pi you can purchase the keyboard as a standalone unit.

The product has an impressive list of features for a keyboard (4GB of RAM anyone?), but most impressive is its low cost and portability for those on the go or those learning programming.

In the past few months, we’ve seen other cool keyboards that can power-up your fingers. 🆙

Lumi Keys is a portable illuminated keyboard that can help you learn music, where Keychron K3 is a wireless mechanical keyboard with the world’s first hot-swappable low profile Optical switches. With people working from home, the option to invest in a deluxe keyboard is quite tempting.


Instagram stories for developers? We dig it.

Use VS Code to record your screen while coding and share it with peers.

Sponsored By
Coda brings all your tools together in one powerful doc, letting you create a workspace that works for you.

And Packs are the perfect power-ups: building blocks that let you customize how your doc looks and integrates.

With Coda’s newly-launched Pack Studio, anyone with time and a bit of Javascript can build a Pack in their browser—and then publish it for the world to use. 

To celebrate, they’re holding the first ever Coda Packathon. Join them for a six-week, virtual Pack-building event and enter for a chance to win $20,000 in prizes.
Try Coda