Calling all Raspberry Pi Hackers, aficionados and enthusiasts, MagPI issue #83 hits the stands. Grab a cup of your favorite brew and settle down on your couch with a copy of the MagPi to discover all the awesomeness embedded within this month’s issue. Lots of exciting stuff to read about. Check out what’s in this months magazine by looking at the contents.
Here’s what the Raspberry Pi MagPi website has to say about Issue #83, ” In this extra-special edition of The MagPi, we have a huge 12-page feature examining every aspect of Raspberry Pi 4. Benchmark tests show a vast increase in performance, all thanks those improved specs (which we cover in-depth). We’ve also got an interview with Eben Upton on the making of Raspberry Pi 4, plus Simon Long talks about Raspbian ‘Buster’, the all-new version of the OS that powers Raspberry Pi.
Introducing Raspberry Pi 4.With up to 4GB RAM, a faster 1.5GHz ARM CPU, dual 4K HDMI support, faster USB 3.0 connections, and Gigabit Ethernet, Raspberry Pi 4 is a generational leap forward.”
This issue covers –
- Apollo 50. Science in Space – Celebrate 50 years since the moon landing with Raspberry Pi space and science projects
- Get started with PICO-8 – Turn a Raspberry Pi into a classic console and make your own games
- Self-healing Raspberry Pi – Add a recovery partition to Raspbian and restore a Raspberry Pi to its fresh state
- Make a Squeeze controller – Turn dynamo torches into squeezable controllers
- Advanced GUI layout – Continue learning interface development with Simon Long’s course
- Top 10 Raspberry Pi Zero projects – Incredible fun makes using the Raspberry Pi Zero board
- The best upcycling resources – Restore old pieces of kit and hardware with this guides
- Win! Raspberry Pi 4 kits – Get your hands on the new Raspberry Pi 4 computer
- Plus! Much, much more!
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