What is Raspberry Pi? How to use Raspberry Pi (2020)

 

What is Raspberry Pi? 

The Raspberry Pi is a low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a

computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse.

 

It is a capable little device that enables people of all ages to explore computing

and to learn how to program in languages like Scratch and Python made by

the Raspberry Pi foundation a UK charity that aims to educate people in

computing and create easier access to computing education.

 

Functions of Raspberry Pi 4

                                                   

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The Raspberry Pi is a very cheap computer that runs Linux, but it also provides 

a set of GPIO (general purpose input/output) pins that allow you to control

electronic components for physical computing and explore the Internet of Things (IoT).

 

Types and varieties of Raspberry Pi?

There have been three generations of Raspberry Pis: Pi 1, Pi 2, and Pi 3, and

there has generally been a Model A and a Model B of most generations. Model A

is a cheaper variant and tends to have reduced RAM and ports like USB and

Ethernet. The Pi Zero is a spinoff of the original (Pi 1) generation, made even

smaller and cheaper.

 

Family

Model

Form Factor

Ethernet

Wireless

   GPIO

Raspberry Pi

B

Standard

Yes

No

   26-pin

A

No

B+

Yes

  40-pin

A+

Compact

No

Raspberry Pi 2

B

Standard

Yes

No

   Raspberry Pi         Zero

     Zero

    Zero

       No

       No

   W/WH

      Yes

  Raspberry Pi 3

       B

Standard

      Yes

      Yes

       A+

Compact

      No

       B+

Standard

      Yes

  Raspberry Pi 4

 B (1 GiB)

Standard

      Yes

       Yes

 B (2 GiB)

 B (4 GiB)

 B (8 GiB)

 

 Types of Raspberry Pi

 

What can be made using Raspberry Pi? 

Raspberry Pi is capable of doing everything you’d expect a desktop computer to

do, from browsing the internet and playing high-definition video to making

spreadsheets, word-processing, and playing games.

 

The Raspberry Pi  has the ability to interact with the outside world and has been

used in a wide array of digital maker projects, from music machines and parent

detectors to weather stations and tweeting birdhouses with infra-red cameras.

 

We want to see the Raspberry Pi being used by kids all over the world to learn 

to program and understand how computers work.

Some people buy a Raspberry Pi to learn to code, and people who can already

code use the Pi to learn to code electronics for physical projects. The Raspberry

Pi can open opportunities for you to create your own home automation projects,

which is popular among people in the open-source community because it puts

you in control, rather than using proprietary closed system.

 

How to use raspberry pi generally?

Here are three programming languages you can learn with the Raspberry Pi.

  • Python
  • Java
  • JavaScript

If there's another language you want to learn, There's a high likelihood that you

can use your Raspberry Pi to compile or interpret any language of choice,

including C, C++, PHP, and Ruby.

 

Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code also runs on Raspberry Pi. It's an open-source

code editor from Microsoft that supports several markups and programming

languages.

  

History of the product?

Raspberry Pi was launched in 2012, and there have been several iterations and

variations released since then. The original Pi had a single-core 700MHz CPU

and just 256MB RAM, and the latest model has a quad-core 1.4GHz CPU with

1GB RAM.

 

The main price point for Raspberry Pi has always been Rs.1722 and all models

have been Rs. 1722 or less, including the Pi Zero, which costs just Rs. 246.

The name "Raspberry Pi" was chosen with "Raspberry" as an ode to a tradition of

naming early computer companies after fruit, and "Pi" as a reference to the

Python programming language.

  

Similar Products

The pocket-sized Raspberry Pi 4 computer is beloved by DIY enthusiasts and

hardware hackers for its versatility and its ease of use. But while the tiny PC is

cool, it ain’t perfect. It chokes on 4K and H.265 video, it has no easy way to boot

from an SSD or hard drive, and it can’t run Windows. Fortunately for those who

require those capabilities in their projects, there are alternatives to the Pi.

  • Pine64 Rock64—For Networking Ninjas
  • Beagleboard PocketBeagle—For Robot Wranglers
  • Banana Pi M4—For Stream Dreamers
  • Hardkernel Odroid-N2—For Media Masters
  • Latte Panda Alpha—For Windows Hackers

   

 

Let me know your thoughts on the blog. Was it helpful? did I miss anything that

should be covered? Let me know in the comments section.

Till then Keep Learning Keep innovating.

(Goodbye)

 

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