The new Raspberry Pi Zero 2 developer card makes a significant contribution to performance with a 4-core ARM processor, while bringing wireless connections with it.
Launched with the aim of being the cheapest computer in the world, Raspberry Pi has managed to reshape the computer world today. While there was no Apple or even Qualcomm, the Raspberry Pi, which is the most important factor that spread the ARM architecture on the desktop, still continues to produce cheap systems. Next up is the Raspberry Pi Zero 2.
When Raspberry first started life, it was released with a very affordable price tag of $35. Contrary to what we are accustomed to in the industry, the foundation, which aims not to push up the price but to lower it, surprised everyone with its Zero concept.
The Raspberry Pi Zero, which is only 5 dollars, later got a W version that offers wireless connection. Raspberry Pi Zero 2 is the sequel to this. Broadcom processor with 4 Cortex-A53 cores and 512MB LPDDR2 memory has become much more efficient than before.
In addition to WiFi N and Bluetooth 4.2 connections, low-power Bluetooth connectivity is also added. There are also external connections for different purposes and installing the operating system via the SD card. The Raspberry Pi Zero 2 has a price tag of $15.