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The Raspberry Pi Zero is a fantastic, miniature version of the Raspberry Pi that shrinks the board down to about the size of a stick of gum, but one problem with it is the lack of wireless features. The Raspberry Pi Zero is a new version that packs in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi for $US10 ($13), double the price of the original Zero in the US.
It's been a while since we've seen a good Altoids tin project, but over on Hackmypi, they have got a guide from stuffing the $US5 ($6) Raspberry Pi Zero and a touch screen into a tin.
We know that a Raspberry Pi can be turned into a motion sensing security camera, but it's even cheaper to do it with the $US5 ($7) Raspberry Pi Zero. DIYer Mark West shows you how.
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.
Video: The Raspberry Pi Zero is great, but it's lacking USB ports. Instructables user Sean Hodgins shares his project that adds four USB ports to the Pi Zero with a cleverly designed little board.
The Raspberry Pi Zero might still be hard to find, but at least it's not hard to use. DIYer and teacher Te Co Ed shows off how to easily program and use the Pi Zero over USB.
Video: The Raspberry Pi Zero is still a pain in the butt to find, but if you have one and want to put it to good use, Ben Heck shows off how to make a clamshell-style portable computer.
While the Raspberry Pi Zero is still a pain in the butt to actually find, it's still an undeniably useful little device once you get your hands on one. One of the neat things you can do with it is turn it into a USB device that you can easily program from another computer. This used to take a lot of steps, but DIYer Andrew Mulholland found an easy way.
The Raspberry Pi Zero, the cheap, $US5 ($7) version of the popular computer, has been notoriously hard to find since its initial release. Today, they're releasing a new model that adds in a camera connector. They have also acknowledged the demand, so hopefully these newer versions will be a bit easier to track down.