An intriguing multiplayer heist sim that can't quite pull off a big score
Is Below Zero cool as a cucumber, or should you give it the cold shoulder?
A competently made but largely derivative zombie adventure.
Harking back to the home computer days
Up to 4GB of RAM, too.
Aims to level the playing field.
Compact size, full CPU performance.
Designed for, but not exclusive to, the Pi Zero.
Gigabit Ethernet, too.
Follows on from the AIY Voice Kit.
Aims to quadruple the charity's reach.
Build-your-own bundle out now.
Comes with the Creators Update.
More than double the price, though.
First upgrade for the SODIMM COM.
Compatible with almost any x86 PC.
New look, new features.
Shiny new quad-core chip in tow.
Build an Echo, win an Echo.
Mini-CSI for Camera Module use.
Minecraft and camera support at last.
Cortex-A53 cores and Wi-Fi, BT radios.
Not a typo: £4. For a PC.
Model B+ now sub-£20.
Still retailing for £30 or less.
SODIMM form factor for industrial users.
May 21 2021 | 09:55
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