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Raspberry Pi Zero (with MagPi magazine)

Released at the end of 2015, the Raspberry Pi Zero is the smallest and cheapest computer in the Pi range. It was launched at a retail price of just $5. Our Pi Zero came free with Issue 40 of The MagPi, the official magazine for the Raspberry Pi, which retailed at a cost of £5.99 - more expensive than the Zero itself.

Specification:

  • 1GHz, Single-core CPU
  • 512MB RAM
  • Mini-HDMI port
  • Micro-USB OTG port
  • Micro-USB power
  • HAT-compatible 40-pin header
  • Composite video and reset headers
  • CSI camera connector (v1.3 only)

Manufacturer: Raspberry Pi Foundation
Date: December 2015



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