Thank you to Adafruit for bringing my attention to this! Raspberry Pi Spy has created a handy little template of the v2 Raspberry Pi, complete with mounting holes and the location of ports and other components, for you to use in your projects. Case designers and people wanting to mount the Pi securely for robotics … Continue reading →
A couple of things today: Eben and Gareth’s Raspberry Pi User Guide is now available in full as a Kindle download from Amazon, and there is a big discount at the moment – it’s only £3.99. The paper version is expected later this month, along with other electronic formats, probably on the 21st. The user … Continue reading →
There’s a little bit of news about what’s new with the Rev2 board design we posted about yesterday that we saved for today. If you’ve been following us for a while, you’ll remember the time last year when we had to make the decision to manufacture the Raspberry Pi in China. The Raspberry Pi is … Continue reading →
Update: Added locations of mounting holes. Fixed minor error in I2C paragraph. Clarified expected use of P5 connector. Update: A lot of people are asking when revision 2.0 boards will appear in the wild. They’ll be filtering out over the next month as the last stocks of the revision 1.0 at each distributor and in … Continue reading →