So, wait, what is a Raspberry Pi? If you’re not yet aware, the Pi is a palm-sized computer originally built for young student learners. It is low cost and low power. It comes with no software preinstalled. A flavor of the Debian Linux operating system, called Raspbian, can be installed on an inexpensive microSD card and plugged into the available slot on the Pi board. Some versions come with USB and HDMI ports. Recent Pi models (Including 3 B+, 4, and Zero) come equipped with Wireless and Bluetooth. It is built with the novice in mind. The full distro of Raspbian comes with packaged with the software you might want to have in order to use the Pi like any other home computer.
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