The $15 Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W is ready to power your tiniest projects

Dramatically boosted power and a few new tricks come along with a slightly higher price.

The Raspberry Pi company is best known for its main eponymous product line, now in its fourth incarnation (and also getting a little pricier, at least temporarily). But there are all sorts of variations on the inexpensive single-board computers, including ones that go even smaller and less powerful, for the tiniest of custom projects and industrial builds. The latest is a sequel to the $5 Raspberry Pi Zero, the Pi Zero 2 W.

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Michael Crider

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