|Processor||1 GHz Athlon 2650e|
|Hard Drive||1 GB|
Raspberry Pi Zero 1.3 Camera Version
|Price:||$23.00 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
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Unbelievably the super-small and super-affordable VERSION 1.3 WITH CAMERA ADAPTER! Raspberry Pi just got even smaller and even cheaper! Pi Zero is the heart of a Raspberry Pi on a tiny 65mm x 30mm board. With mini-HDMI, micro-B OTG USB, and the same 40-pin GPIO it has great connectivity. Pi Zero Features: BCM 2835 SOC @ 1GHz 1GHz 512MB of RAM micro-SD mini-HDMI micro-B USB for data micro-B USB for power Unpopulated 40-pin GPIO connector Compatible with existing HAT addons Dimensions: 65mm x 30mm x 5mm
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All that price and model stuff aside, this is the lower powered, cheaper alternative to the Raspberry Pi 3. Both are little linux computers that really, really rock. The price range (or, well, intended price range in the case of the Zero) of the Raspberry Pi boards is fantastic; for under $20 you can get a fully functioning linux PC. That's just incredible. The Zero is, again, the lesser powered sibling to the Pi 3, but it still has good specs for the intended price point. The damned thing is so small, it feels a bit fragile or wrong to hold sometimes, just because my brain cannot comprehend the fact that we have PCs the size of a stick of gum these days.
The amount of things you can do with the Pi 3 and Pi Zero is absolutely limitless. There are innumerable sources on the web to find tips, suggestions, feedback and whatever else you'd need when messing around with the Zero. Community support has always been a highlight for the Raspberry Pi devices, and that is no different with the Zero. Dare I say, I feel as if the Zero is a lot more popular than the 3 in most cases simply because of it's smaller intended price and smaller footprint. You could do anything with these boards. I personally have my Zero set up as a twitter bot, constantly tweeting pictures of my cat. See? That's so silly and dumb, but it is something that I did, on my own; something that I put together and felt great while doing so all because of the accessibility of the Zero. If these things were more expensive and cumbersome to use, I wouldn't get one just to make a bot that tweets pictures of my cat! That'd be ridiculous!
Anyways, this is probably a bad review because I ranting, regurgitating other information from the internet, and griping too much about the price, so I will cut to the chase:
Get one. (Or get the Zero W, that one is nicer).
After adding needed adapter & wireless card, for the price I will stick to getting Raspberry Pi 3 instead for the horsepower and extras.
The $ kind of defeats the purpose.
Go with this if your intentions is small project or low power consumption.