pi-top blog

Meet pi-top [4] DIY Edition

Published on: 09/10/20

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 ...

Read more

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

Published on: 06/22/20

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, ...

Read more

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

Published on: 06/18/20

Article by David Sutton

Read more

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

Published on: 06/15/20

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 ...

Read more

Meet our STEM learning management system for schools

Published on: 06/11/20

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

Read more

Case study: Wyedean School and Sixth Form Centre

Published on: 06/08/20

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

Read more

How to make your own 3D-printable mask

Published on: 06/03/20

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 ...

Read more


Published on: 04/24/20

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 ...

Read more

How to connect a Raspberry Pi 4 to your pi‑top [3]

Published on: 03/26/20

There's no doubt that pi-top [3] is a great piece of kit. It used to be our flagship product for lots of reasons and it serves a very different purpose compared to the pi-top ...

Read more

INTRUDER! Using code, pi-top [4] and LEGO in your club or classroom

Published on: 01/31/20

The ancient chest of Anubis is on exhibition for the first time at London’s Museum of Antiquities, and it’s full of just the sort of things The Hooded Paw, the capital’s ...

Read more

Get the latest pi‑top news sent directly to your inbox.

pi-top needs the contact information you provide to us to contact you about our products and services. You may unsubscribe from these communications at anytime. For information on how to unsubscribe, as well as our privacy practices and commitment to protecting your privacy, check out our Privacy Policy.