An UK style HDMI plug would only be complete with a replaceable build in fuse.
Hard to imagine an HDMI port the next size down (micro) needing to be soldered to 2 sides of a board.W. H. Heydt wrote: ↑Mon Jul 09, 2018 7:47 pmMini-HDMI only needs to be soldered on one side of the PCB. There is nothing on the Pi0/Pi0W that requires the second side of the board to be soldered. This saves manufacturing cost.
FYI...mini-HDMI cables are readily available. See here https://www.monoprice.com/search/index? ... I%20Cables for instance. (The have adapters as well.)
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Yup, but the trade off is that the user who wants to use it with a keyboard, mouse and screen will need to buy additional accessories, which is why the Pi0 is recommended for end projects, while the Pi3 is what everyone should get as their main learning or working Pi (not to mention the Pi3 is 8X faster, has 2X the RAM, etc.).
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