Raspberry Pi uses its own silicon for $4 board: Page 2 of 2

January 21, 2021 // By Nick Flaherty
The $4 Raspberry Pi Pico board uses a new dual core 133MHz microcontroller, the RP4020, with 264KB of on chip  memory
The $4 Raspberry Pi Pico board uses a new dual core 133MHz microcontroller, the RP4020, with 264KB of on chip memory

“Since the launch of the first Raspberry Pi in 2012, this market-leading brand has become synonymous with ease of use and value for money. Raspberry Pi Pico is the newest and smallest addition to the family, bringing with it the potential to transform the microcontroller market in the same way that the original board did for single board computing. At just $4, Pico provides incredible flexibility and opportunity for design engineers,” said Lee Turner, Global Head of Semiconductors and SBC at Farnell

Farnell is the largest manufacturer and distributor of the Raspberry Pi and has sold more than 15 million units to date.

The Raspberry Pi Pico is available for USD $4.00 from Farnell in EMEA, Newark in North America and element14 in Asia Pacific, from Monday 25th January. Orders from RS Components are schedule to ship from the 28th and it is also available from Okdo.

www.element14.comuk.rs-online.comwww.okdo.com

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The $4 Raspberry Pi Pico board 26 I/O pinout

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