The follower of the Raspberry Pi, the new Raspberry Pi 2 was officially released on 2nd of February 2015. The second generation of the device, in fact, superseded and improved the Raspberry Pi 1 model B+ compared to lot of significant things. The new edition has a 900 MHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 CPU and 1 GB RAM. That counts as doubled memory and 6x faster than it’s predecessor. The reason why there was no Raspberry Pi 2 model A, are the features that the Raspberry Pi 2 model B inherits from the Raspberry Pi 1 model B+: – 40 GPIO (General Purpose Input Output) pins; – Ethernet port; – 4 USB ports; – Combined 3.5mm audio jack and composite [...]
Before I start with the review let me clarify that in this post I’ll focus on Raspberry Pi models A and B, and there will be a following post about Raspberry Pi 2.
Raspberry Pi is a series of single-board computers developed in the UK by Raspberry Pi Foundations. These credit-card sized computers were developed with the primary purpose of promoting the teaching of basic computer science. They are available in several board configurations. The original Raspberry Pi is based on the Broadcom BCM2835 system on a chip and includes an ARM1176JZF-S 700 MHz processor, 256 megabytes RAM, VideoCore IV GPU. Later released models B and B+ are upgraded with 512 MB RAM. Both A [...]
As you can read on their official page Typo 2 Keyboard is presented to the audience as a “revolutionary keyboard and case, currently available for the iPhone 5/5S/6 and will soon be released for the iPad Air and iPad Mini, guaranteeing a faster and more efficient typing experience. ” It was released in 2014 by Laurence Hallier (CEO/Founder), Ryan Seacrest (Founder) and Jonathan Goodrich (COO/Co-Founder) and since its release date there are many divided opinions about the gadget.
Let me start by explaining that this keyboard is consisted of two pieces and runs via wireless Bluetooth. The pieces connect around the phone and it becomes a protective case. It [...]
Way back in 2011 when the original Galaxy Note was introduced, many people ridiculed the idea of huge phones. This was the time when the iPhone 4S, among all other smartphones, was in its hayday: 3.5-inch screens are already big or just enough for most people. Then the Galaxy Note came. It originally sported a 5.3-inch AMOLED display that for many was just too big. But it all changed as soon as people realized the potential of a great hardware, paired with some cool and new features that only Samsung has given the public. The original Note had gone three revisions, and its latest one is the Galaxy Note 4. It has dramatically improved over the original one that started the big phone [...]