Vilros Raspberry Pi 400

Vilros Raspberry Pi 400

Model #: R4004GB In Stock  


ONE PER CUSTOMER ( purchase limit due to availability) 

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


 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

Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
Weldon W.
A powerful Linux desktop

I have programmed on Red Hat/Centos and Ubuntu/Debian computers for many years. I can’t think of anything I can do on those that I can’t do on this computer—for a small fraction of the cost. This is definitely my favorite Linux computer!

Pi 400 Expense

Gets the job done, but should cost less.

Steve G.
Fantastic, compact computer and VILROS kit!

I purchased this computer for a Commodore 64 and Amiga emulation project and have been very pleased with the hardware. The form-factor of the Pi/400 is compact, light, and comfortable. The unit runs quiet due to no mechanical parts, and also does not get hot due to the enlarged Raspberri Pi/4 PCB and heat spreader. Installing software is straightforward, but be prepared to compile sources for software that doesn't release binaries for the Raspberry Pi OS (Debian 10); this is very common in the Linux community.

I purchased the Pi/400 as part of a VILROS kit and am very happy with the effort put into the kit and its documentation. I received a 32GB SanDisk SD card, 5V 3A power supply, micro HDMI->HDMI cable, BlueTooth/2.4Ghz mouse, and carrying case; more than what I needed, but ideal for the price.

Please note that during the installation of Raspberry Pi OS, the process will ask you to update to the latest packages/OS on the system. Doing so broke BlueTooth connectivity and thus I couldn't use my mouse without occupying one of the three USB ports. After a bit of research, I discovered that the updated Bluez package introduced a regression that disabled BlueTooth. Fixing this was as easy as reverting the package to the previous version with the following command:

sudo apt install bluez=5.50-1.2~deb10u1+rpt2

Again, this is not an issue with the hardware or any service provided by VILROS, but rather with the ever-changing software landscape of the Linux community.

RPI 400

Excellent computer. Reminds me of the 64 days. Micro HDMI, USB-C power supply, microSD Card and mouse were needed to get it to work.

Nice and compact

This is a lot better than laying out my Pi4 and running all the wires.