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Demo Series: Docking

Published on: 10/9/20

It's no secret that we love the Raspberry Pi, but one of the things we wanted to be able to do was easily move from one project to another without having to unplug everything and ...

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Demo Series: Raspberry Pi HATs

Published on: 10/2/20

One of the easiest ways to expand the capabilities of your pi-top [4] is by slotting in a Raspberry Pi HAT (Hardware Attached on Top). HATs are expansion boards that connect to ...

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Meet pi-top [4] DIY Edition

Published on: 9/10/20

We've been making pi-top [4], our portable, go anywhere, do anything computer, for a while now. We've seen it being used in all kinds of amazing projects, and it's been very ...

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pi-top [4] Unboxing and Review with ETA PRIME

Published on: 6/22/20

We are very excited to have a new review of the pi-top [4] up on Youtube. This comes courtesy of ETA PRIME, who makes great videos reviewing things like Raspberry Pi products, ...

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Developing an open-ended STEAM project using a pi-top [3]

Published on: 6/18/20

Article by David Sutton

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10 software packages you can add to your pi-top [4]

Published on: 6/15/20

With a Raspberry Pi 4 inside, the pi-top [4] is powerful enough to be used for all kinds of things outside of just our physical computing and coding projects on Further. Want to ...

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Meet our STEM learning management system for schools

Published on: 6/11/20

Further brings STEM learning into the classroom, making it exciting and accessible for students, and simple and customizable for teachers.

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Case study: Wyedean School and Sixth Form Centre

Published on: 6/8/20

Interview with Emma Williams, Assistant Principal Academic, Wyedean School in Gloucestershire, UK.

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How to make your own 3D-printable mask

Published on: 6/3/20

Earlier last month, we announced that we've teamed up with Maker Mask, a rapidly-growing grassroots ecosystem and digital platform response to the COVID-19 crisis, to give ...

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Published on: 4/24/20

As pi-top’s in-house Industrial Designer the Sensor Pods development process fell within my domain. However, the factors that took this from one idea amongst many to a realised ...

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