Monday, April 28, 2014

PiPhone – home-made Raspberry Pi smartphone

PiPhone – home-made Raspberry Pi smartphone

Dave Hunt‘s been at it again. Here’s his latest: a home-made smartphone based around a Raspberry Pi. It’s smaller than many of the phones I’ve owned, and it’s cheaper than the phone that’s currently in my pocket, with a parts list coming in at only $158. The PiPhone is built entirely from off-the-shelf kit, so there’s no soldering required, and no fiddly electronics work. I’ll let Dave introduce it to you.

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PiPhone – home-made Raspberry Pi smartphone

Linux engineer builds Raspberry Pi-based Piphone for $158


Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Raspberry Pi Supercomputer

Professor Simon Cox from University Of Southampton lead a team to build Supercomputer using Raspberry Pi.

Raspberry Pi Supercomputer
This computer contain 64 core (which mean 64 pieces of Raspberry Pi) and 1TB memory (16GB SD Card for each Raspberry Pi).

If you want to build a Raspberry Pi Supercomputer yourself see:


Southampton engineers a Raspberry Pi Supercomputer

Project detail

Photos of the Raspberry Pi Supercomputer