Raspberry Pi 400 Desktop - Computer Only
Raspberry Pi 400 is a complete Raspberry Pi 4-based personal computer, integrated into a keyboard. The Pi 4 is the first computer from the Pi Foundation that really feels 'desktop computer' speed - you can use it as an every day computer at a great price!
Normally you'd need to pick up a keyboard and other accessories to turn the Pi 4 into a functioning desktop - but since most keyboards have empty space in them, you can just cram the Pi 4 inside to make an all-in-one kit. Think of it like a modern Apple IIe, but super light and powerful.
There's 3 USB ports, for adding USB mice, disk drives, or really any accessories that work with Linux. For video output, two HDMI ports can drive driving up to two monitors of any resolution up to 4k! There's built in Bluetooth and WiFi for internet connectivity, or plug in an Ethernet cable for fast wired networking.
Hackers can rejoice - you still get the classic 2x20 IDC port that can be used to connect to a breadboard or HAT/PHat/Bonnet. To connect to a breadboard for wiring up buttons and LED, use our T-Cobbler! To connect to a Bonnet/HAT, we recommend a 2x20 IDC cable + Mini HAT Hacker (the cable plugs in at the top of the HAT hacker, giving you two spots for accessory HATs.
Please note, this product is just the Pi 400 computer with the computer+keyboard device. You will need the following to make it a full computer!
- Official Raspberry Pi 4 power supply - can give up to 3A (15W) of current with a 1.5m long cable, and a USB C connector
- Micro HDMI cable - connect the onboard micro HDMI sockets to standard HDMI displays.
- Micro SD card with Raspberry Pi OS - this is the 'disk drive' of the Pi
- USB Mouse - if you want to use the desktop and click on things!
You may also want some accessories like:
• 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