Yesterday, the Raspberry Pi Foundation presented the Raspberry Pi 400 minicomputer, which is a complete computer that has been built into a keyboard.

Inside the keyboard is a computer with similar performance as last year’s Raspberry Pi 4. It runs on a quadcore ARM Cortex-A72 CPU at 1.8Ghz, has 4GB of RAM and a microSD slot for storage memory. On the connector side, there are two micro HDMI outputs, an Ethernet connector and a GPIO (general-purpose input / output) that can be used to connect various accessories. Furthermore, there is wifi, Bluetooth, two USB 3.0 inputs, a USB 2.0 input and a USB-C input that is used to supply the computer with power.

Raspberry Pi 400 starts selling today (but is not yet available with a Swedish keyboard unfortunately). The computer costs 70 dollars but can also be purchased in a package that includes a mouse, electrical adapter, microSD card with Raspberry Pi OS, HDMI cable and a beginner’s guide for 100 dollars.

In the video below you will find a presentation of the Raspberry Pi OS.