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It’s a Raspberry Pi. It’s a keyboard.
It’s a Raspberry Pi designed into a keyboard.
Raspberry Pi 400 incorporates a purpose-built board based on Raspberry Pi 4.
Featuring the same powerful processor the Raspberry Pi 400 has specially designed thermals to keep your computer cool and silent while you’re hard at work.
The GPIO pins remain accessible, so if you want to explore beyond the desktop, you can connect components and prototype your projects.
The Raspberry Pi 400 is a complete Raspberry Pi 4-based personal computer, integrated into a keyboard.
*SD card not included
Key features include:
• 1.8GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A72 CPU
• 4GB LPDDR4-3200 DRAM
• VideoCore VI graphics (OpenGL ES 3.1, Vulkan)
• 4kp60 HEVC decode
• True Gigabit Ethernet
• 2 × USB 3.0 and 1 × USB 2.0 ports
• 2 × micro-HDMI ports (1 × 4kp60 or 2 × 4kp30)
• USB-C for input power, supporting 5V 3A operation
• Raspberry Pi-compatible 40-pin horizontal GPIO connector
• Kensington lock
I bought this for work to aid in some of the tedious parts of working with inventory on a small screen. Simply add a wireless mouse and an Anker battery pack and this thing is pretty neat.
Some wishes would be a built in SSD for better storage and boot times. Another would be a built in fan and for a slightly more powerful system so a couple tabs wouldn’t be a problem. But this gets the work done so far. Price is better than what is out there right now.
Exactly as described, shipping was on time. Would recommend RPi400 and ordering from Vilros.
Very pleased with the Raspberry pi 400, the shipping was quick and easy and very convenient.
First time Raspberry Pi guy here and I'd always shied away because I didn't care to purchase boards, cases and to be frank I don't own spare keyboards any longer. Unit showed up quickly and while one of the commenters questioned the keyboard quality I wasn't expecting a world beater keyboard / computer for $82. Keyboard was fine but compared to an Apple Keyboards it's a little mushy with less feedback, generally I SSH into the system anyway so for me the keyboard is just a temporary issue. To date I've installed Ubuntu Desktop, Ubuntu Server and Kali Linux for testing on the device with zero problems. Nice form factor and if I have a need I'll purchase another one with no hesitation.
I like the styling and compactness of the system. I can use the Raspberry Pi with out extra cables. I plugged in the monitor, power cable and mouse, loaded the operating system and it worked. I like it. I am going to have to put an identifying mark on the Pi 400 so it is simpler for me to be able to tell the difference between the Raspberry Pi 400 and the stand alone keyboard that I bought from Vilros a couple of years ago. Not a big issue. Just something to deal with.