Calling all Raspberry Pi Hackers, aficionados and enthusiasts, MagPI issue #85 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 Table Of Contents.
Here’s what the Raspberry Pi MagPi website has to say about Issue #85, “Can you do everything with a $55 computer? We’ve been pretty confident about using Raspberry Pi 4 with 4GB RAM as our main desktop PC. This month we put it to the test, by getting one of our best makers to use nothing but Raspberry Pi 4 for a week. And report back the results!
PJ Evans has written a seven-day diary experience of using Raspberry Pi 4 as a desktop PC replacement. It’s packed with advice, tips and tricks. The best replacement apps and online services and what works, and what isn’t so good. It’s a thoughtful piece packed with useful insights. A vital read for any Raspberry Pi 4 owner.
Grab a copy of your own MagPi magazine issue #85.”
This issue covers –
- Build a Super-fast NAS drive
Make your own gigabit file server with Raspberry Pi 4
- Make amazing 8-bit sprites
Create stunning retro visuals with PICO-8
- RockyBorg Robot reviewed
Three-wheeler runs riot around Raspberry Pi-towers
- Build a GPIO Music box
Create a customisable music machine that you control at the touch of a button
- Develop GUI combo boxes and lists
Create combo boxes for user input and associate list stores with them
- Hit up Pi Fighter
Gamify real-world boxing with a Raspberry Pi punchbag
- Watch the Bird Feed Monitor
Use Raspberry Pi to catch snaps of birds in your garden
- Code a Rocket Rescue game
Use Squeeze controllers to build a space game
Plus! Win Raspberry Pi cases and much, much more!
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Head over to following link to download issue 85 of the MagPi – <Download>.
The MagPi is freely licensed under Creative Commons (BY-SA-NC 3.0). You can download this issue free now and forever, but buying in digital & print supports the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s charitable mission to democratise computing.
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