Raspberry Pi 400 is a cute little compact keyword released by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. The slick computer-in-a-keyboard is equipped with a Pi 4 processor of the 20% speedier 1.8GHz ARM Cortex-A72 CPU, 4 GB of RAM, wireless Ethernet, dual HDMI outputs, and a 40-pin Raspberry Standard IDE-cable style header on the back. According to the foundation, the latest Raspberry Pi 400 is faster, cooler 4GB Raspberry Pi 4, which was announced in July last year.
Raspberry Pi 400
The compact keyword bares many similarities to its predecessor, the Raspberry Pi 4. Take for instance the ARM-based processor under its hood. But unlike the Raspberry Pi 4, which came with an optional keyboard, the new Raspberry Pi 400 is built into the keyboard itself. The compact keyboard allows you to function a basic PC by plugging it into a monitor using the micro HDMI or HDMI cable, inserting a microSD card, attaching a power cord, and connecting the mouse.
Raspberry Pi 400 Price & Release Date
As for the Raspberry Pi 400 price, the compact keyboard will cost you $100 USD. It comes with a mouse, power supply, HDMI cable, microSD, and a beginner’s guide. The compact keyboard is now available in the U.S., U.K., and France. It’ll be released in Italy, Germany, and Spain in the following week.
A $70 USD standalone version is also available in the U.S., U.K., France, and Germany, with releases scheduled in Italy and Spain for next week. Those living in Australia, India, and New Zealand will have to wait until the end of the year for the Raspberry Pi 400 release date to be announced.