The perfect starter computer for young learners

When you hear the words Raspberry Pi you likely think of the small computer boards that makers, educationalists, and hobbyists use to control small circuits, or to write code in Python or JavaScript. You would be right, that is until now. The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released a new Pi. This time, it’s not a single-board computer (SBC) but rather something that looks like a consumer product. You could even say it is a desktop computer!

The Raspberry Pi 400 is a computer built into a keyboard, much like the home computers of the 1980s and 1990s. It’s a modern equivalent of devices like the Commodore 64, the ZX Spectrum, the BBC Model B, the Atari ST, and the Amiga. This makes it much more user-friendly than the bare board design of its siblings. To it get up and running you just need to connect the Pi 400 to a

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