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Monday, February 22, 2016

Raspberry Pi - Three Posts On What's Happening There

#1 - Transform Your Raspberry Pi Into A SmartMeter Using SmartPi (video)

Julian Horsey | February 19, 2016

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Electronics enthusiasts that are looking for a way to measure voltage and current may be interested in a new piece of hardware designed specifically for the Raspberry Pi, which transforms it into a SmartMeter.
The SmartPi expansion module has been created to provide an easy way to add interfaces to the PI allowing voltage and current measurements to be taken and has been created by nD-enerserve.
Watch the promotional video below to learn more about this small piece of hardware which can transform your Raspberry Pi PC into a smart meter system.

Transform Your Raspberry Pi Into A SmartMeter Using SmartPi

#2 - 10 awesome Raspberry Pi upgrades

Oliver Hill | February 19, 2016

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From solar power packs and ePaper displays to near-field 3D gesture control, here are ten unmissable add-ons for your Pi
In its short life so far of just over three years, the Raspberry Pi has been an absolute game changer – not just as a piece of reduced price hardware, but for nurturing a community of like-minded individuals with a common goal: learning and making awesome stuff!
We can’t recall the number of times we’ve browsed over to the Raspberry Pi blog and been blown away by the brilliance of a new project. From sorting Portuguese mail to making bullet time rigs, there are a lot of incredible projects out there – more and more are surfacing every day. People often ask what they can do with a Raspberry Pi and it is actually sometimes difficult to articulate an answer to that question, as the use cases are so broad that it is hard to do the Raspberry Pi justice.

10 awesome Raspberry Pi upgrades
PiJuice – £25/$39. Source:

#3 - TheWege A Raspberry Pi Mini PC Fully Setup Ready To Use Out Of The Box (video)

Julian Horsey | February 18, 2016

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Looking for a mini personal PC that takes the form of a fully setup Raspberry Pi computer, without the need to get involved with installing operating systems or wireless connectivity?
You maybe interested an interesting project that is launched over on Kickstarter offering to do all the hard work for you and provide you with TheWege pocket PC.

Raspberry Pi mini PC

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