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Raspberry Pi Zero for $5, free with Dec. issue of The MagPi | TechCrunch

curated by | November 26, 2015

“So what does a $5 Pi get you, hardware wise? A 1Ghz core chip — in fact the same chip that was used in the original Raspberry Pi but upclocked to run a bit faster — and 512MB of RAM, plus on the ports front: a micro-SD card slot, a mini-HDMI and two micro-USB ports.”

John Payne’s insight:
There’s also an unpopulated 40-pin GPIO header, with a pinout identical to Raspberry Pi models A+/B+/2B, to which you can solder a pin block or individual leads.

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