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Raspberry Pi: 15 Accessories Elevate Pi From Novelty to Workhorse
7/9/2013

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1. Gertboard
Created by Gert Van Loo, a developer on the alpha version of the Raspberry Pi, Gertboard expands the GPIO of the Raspberry Pi like no other product. Key feature is the pairing of a 28-pin ATmega microcontroller (any of the following models ATmega 48A/PA, 88A/PA, 168A/PA, or 328/P). The vast expandability of the Arduino Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is now added to the Raspberry Pi through the addition of the ATmega.
Created by Gert Van Loo, a developer on the alpha version of the Raspberry Pi, Gertboard expands the GPIO of the Raspberry Pi like no other product. Key feature is the pairing of a 28-pin ATmega microcontroller (any of the following models ATmega 48A/PA, 88A/PA, 168A/PA, or 328/P). The vast expandability of the Arduino Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is now added to the Raspberry Pi through the addition of the ATmega.

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nherbw
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Portable Screens
nherbw   7/9/2013 8:21:38 PM
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Has anyone found any good options for portable screens for the Raspberry Pi?

mcgrathdylan
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Award well deserved
mcgrathdylan   7/9/2013 8:20:06 PM
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I'm familiar with the Gertboard, but honestly I had no idea there were so many accessories for the Raspberry Pi. You have to admit, that's pretty darn cool. It just goes to show that if you put something like Raspberry Pi out there, engineers will innovate and build on it.

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