The Raspberry Pi is a series of small single-board computers developed in the United Kingdom by the Raspberry Pi Foundation to promote the teaching of basic computer science in schools and in developing countries. The original model became far more popular than anticipated, selling outside of its target market for uses such as robotics.
RASPBERRYPI3-MODB-1GB. – Evaluation Board, Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, Quad Core 1.2GHz CPU, 1GB RAM, WiFi/BLE, 40 GPIO Pins
The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B builds upon the features of its predecessors with a new, faster processor on board to increase its speed. It also features WiFi and Bluetooth Low Energy capabilities to enhance the functionality and the ability to power more powerful devices over the USB ports.
Raspberry Pi Camera
The Raspberry Pi 5mp camera module is capable of 1080p video and still images. It connects directly to your Raspberry Pi. Connect the included ribbon cable to the CSI (Camera Serial Interface) port on your Raspberry Pi, boot up the latest version of Raspbian and you are good to go!
Six touch-sensitive buttons to use for whatever your heart desires, with added LEDs (did you expect anything less?)
Touch pHAT has six capacitive touch buttons, each with a bright white LED, designed to be completely agnostic about what they’re used for. You can even use a dry erase pen to write on the pads to label their function.
Turn your Pi into a Lilliputian ghetto blaster with Speaker pHAT!
Speaker pHAT crams an I2S DAC and mono amplifier, a tiny 8Ω 2W speaker, and a 10 LED bar graph all onto one teeny little pHAT. It’s the neatest way to add audio to you Pi project, and its beautiful artwork evokes an 80s boombox!
If music be the food of love, play on. But make sure you use this super little DAC to get the best out of your Raspberry Pi audio!
This pHAT provides a super affordable high-quality DAC for your Raspberry Pi. It pumps out 24-bits at 192KHz from the Raspberry Pi’s I2S interface on its 2×20 pin GPIO header.
Micro Dot PHAT
An unashamedly old school LED matrix display board, made up of six LED matrices each 5×7 pixels (for an effective display area of 30×7) plus a decimal point, using the beautiful little Lite-On LTP-305 matrices.
Use between 1 and 6 matrices in your choice of green and/or red. Perfect for building a retro scrolling message display, a tiny 30-band spectrum analyser, or a retro clock.