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The Raspberry Foundation released a brand new version of the Raspberry PI PC (personal computer), and it is directly built into a small-sized keyboard. The Raspberry Pi 4 model was released in June 2019, and the 8GiB version recently. Let us see Raspberry Pi 400 technical specification and other details.


From the blog post:

Raspberry Pi has always been a PC company. Inspired by the home computers of the 1980s, our mission is to put affordable, high-performance, programmable computers into the hands of people all over the world. And inspired by these classic PCs, here is Raspberry Pi 400: a complete personal computer, built into a compact keyboard.

The Raspberry Pi 400 Desktop PC hardware specs

The Raspberry Pi 400 Desktop PC kit contains:

  1. A Raspberry Pi 400 computer (CPU and RAM details below)
  2. USB mouse and USB-C power supply
  3. An SD card with Raspberry Pi OS pre-installed
  4. A micro HDMI to HDMI cable
  5. The official Raspberry Pi Beginner’s Guide
  6. CPU – Broadcom BCM2711 quad-core Cortex-A72 (ARM v8) 64-bit SoC @ 1.8GHz
  7. RAM – 4GB LPDDR4-3200
  8. WiFi – Dual-band (2.4GHz and 5.0GHz) IEEE 802.11b/g/n/ac wireless LAN
  9. Bluetooth – 5.0 BLE
  10. ETH0 – Gigabit Ethernet
  11. Storage – SD 2 (MicroSD card slot for operating system and data storage) × USB 3.0 and 1 × USB 2.0 ports
  12. GPIO – Horizontal 40-pin header
  13. Display – 2 × micro HDMI ports (supports up to 4Kp60)
  14. GPU – H.265 (4Kp60 decode); H.264 (1080p60 decode, 1080p30 encode); OpenGL ES 3.0 graphics
  15. Keyboard – 78- or 79-key compact keyboard (depending on regional variant)
  16. Power – 5V DC via USB connector
  17. Operating temperature – 0°C to +50°C ambient
  18. Max dimensions – 286 mm × 122 mm × 23 mm

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The Raspberry Pi 400 Desktop PC pricing

It is priced at just USD 70 for the computer on its own, or USD 100 for a ready-to-go complete kit. You can order it online.


If you ever loved the Commodore 64, you are going to love this one. A product like this reminds us of the computers of the early 80s. Both kids and adults will love it, and you can use it as a low-cost PC or learn programming and other topics. I always used RPi as a low-cost Linux server running git and other stuff at home, but this is very cool. What do you think? Would you buy it for your kids?

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