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Make A Raspberry Pi-Powered Retro Console Inside An NES Cartridge

We’ve seen plenty of cases for Raspberry Pi retro game consoles, but DIYer howchoo shows off a fun, easy to make case that’s inside a NES cartridge.


Build An Insanely Small, Fully Functional MAME Cabinet

MAME cabinets are one of the best all-around DIY projects that teach you a ton of skills and give you a sweet game machine at the end, but not all of us have room for a big old cabinet. So, Adafruit put together a guide for what might be the smallest playable cabinet around.


Turn A Raspberry Pi Zero Into A Miniature Dongle Computer

Video: The Raspberry Pi Zero’s best feature is its size, but that comes at the cost of ports. DIYer Node figured out how to turn the Pi Zero into a dongle computer so it can tether itself directly to another computer’s network through USB, making it much easier to use.


Now Is The Time To Buy A 4K TV

4K TVs have come a long way. They used to be expensive, there was nothing to watch on them and you could do better for less buying 1080p. That’s not the case any more: There’s plenty to watch, new 4K panels have a ton of features and they’re affordable enough for everyone now. If you’ve been waiting, now it’s safe to start looking.


Affordable Electronics Board Showdown: Raspberry Pi Zero Vs. C.H.I.P.

DIY electronics boards are getting cheaper and cheaper. Since the launch of the Raspberry Pi, the extremely popular, portable computer-on-a-board, countless new boards have shown up. Even so, few are cheaper and tinier than the $US5 ($7) Raspberry Pi Zero and the $US9 ($12) C.H.I.P. Let’s take a look at how they compare.


Build Your Own Raspberry Pi-Powered Clock Radio

The Raspberry Pi makes for a pretty good alarm clock, and DIYer Andy Felong shares off his project, which comes out of a converted old radio and turns a Pi into a clock radio and weather display.


The Raspberry Pi Has Its Own Official Starter Kit 

The Raspberry Pi has long been packed into starter kits from third-party companies, but its looking like an official option is now on the way, jam packed with everything you need to get started.


Build A Wi-Fi Walkie Talkie-Like Device With A Raspberry Pi

Walkie talkies are awesome, but what’s even more awesome is one you build yourself. DIYer Daniel Chote’s kids wanted a pair of walkie talkies, so he built the closest thing possible with a Raspberry Pi.


Build A Physical Password Vault That Stores Your Passwords

Video: Password managers are an easy way to improve your password security. If you’ve ever wanted a physical device that could hold passwords instead, Adafruit has you covered.


Use A Raspberry Pi To Keep Track Of Who's Home Or In The Office

Work in an office or have a house where you can’t see everyone? Over at Initial State, they have used a Raspberry Pi Zero to track when someone is connected to the local Wi-Fi network so it’s easy to see who’s around and who isn’t.


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