Raspberry Pi has just revealed its affordable, high-performance, programmable personal computer, built into a compact keyboard, inspired by the classic PCs.
Tired of those heavy desktop computer cabinets? And want to carry something as strong as a desktop computer, ditching out your laptop? Raspberry Pi 400 has just arrived to fulfill those requests.
"User friendliness is about more than performance: it can also be about form factor. In particular, having fewer objects on your desk makes for a simpler set-up experience," the Raspberry blog reads.
No computer case, keyboard cable, or a separate system is needed. All this new computer takes is a power supply, a monitor cable, and a mouse.
And if you'd like to buy only the computer on its own, it's only $70.