11.6-Inch Raspberry Pi Touch Display Pi-Top [4] With Keyboard Launching November 23

If you like Raspberry Pi, then one of the most interesting devices in that area for some time is finally about to be released on November 23, when the 11.6-inch Raspberry Pi touch display Pi-Top [4] launches.

The touch display will be launched for $190, while the keyboard with touchpad will be launched for $45.

The company behind the Pi-Top [4] touchscreen is simply called “pi-top”, which is a successful British, American, Chinese company that’s working to develop Raspberry Pi devices.

I think it’s important to point out that the Pi-Top [4] is not a tablet in itself though, and just a touch display. So it still needs to be plugged into either the Pi-Top [4] computer to make it work, or you can plug it into a Windows PC or Mac as well.

As for the touchscreen, it has a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080, with 10-point touch support, a USB C and A port, as well as a HDMI port. The keyboard is actually fitted with its own micro-USB port too.

In addition to learning how to code with this setup, Pi-Top also sells what they call a foundation kit with sensors and components, that are compatible with LEGO even, so that people can build projects more easily.

– Jim Miller

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