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Raspberry Pi
Reviews
by Gareth Halfacree
It’s the follow-up to Intel’s original MinnowBoard, but can the Max take on its ARM-based rivals?

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Raspberry Pi
Tutorials
by Christian Cawley
Need to restart your Pi after a system lock-up? Ease strain on the mains connector – install a reset switch!

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Features
Raspberry Pi
by Gavin Thomas
Battle your friends in augmented reality using PiPanther, the 3D-printed tank with customisable plugins

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Raspberry Pi
Posted by Gavin Thomas
Win a new snap-fitting case for your Raspberry Pi B+, A+ or Raspberry Pi 2

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Reviews
Raspberry Pi
by Rob Zwetsloot
Get PiJuice and find a great alternative to ridiculous extension cables and giant portable batteries

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Raspberry Pi
Tutorials
by Joey Bernard
Learn how to configure a cluster of Raspberry Pis to handle parallel programming

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Raspberry Pi
Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
The cheapest and simplest Raspberry Pi robot you’re going to find on the market. Is it a perfect entry-level kit?

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Raspberry Pi
by Gavin Thomas
Dan Aldred puts the Raspberry Pi camera, the power of Twitter, a music player and a live train timetable under your fingertips

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Raspberry Pi
Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
The base for your own custom Raspberry Pi-powered hardware utilises the compute module and an open circuit that you can modify yourself

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Reviews
Raspberry Pi
by Rob Zwetsloot
Our exclusive interview with Eben Upton regarding the development and release of the Raspberry Pi 2 can only be found in this issue

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Features
Raspberry Pi
by Rob Zwetsloot
Is the Pi robot a specific product or just a concept? An easy answer for some, but not everyone knows the score

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Raspberry Pi
Tutorials
by Christian Cawley
Breathe new life into an old printer by using your Raspberry Pi as a wireless print server

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