Imagination Technologies has released a Raspberry Pi competitor called the CI20. What it lacks in name it makes up for in hardware, but the company's alternative is $65, over twice the price of an entry-level Pi.
Otto is a Raspberry Pi-based camera that can be customized to take unique photos and perform tricks, among others. The camera has a crank that lets you create animated GIFs easily and quickly simply by winding it.
Sure, you can buy a digital camera for around $100 off the shelf, but wouldn't it be more fun to build one for the same money? You can with Raspberry Pi and a touchscreen fro Adafruit, and even add Wi-Fi capability to it.
Thanks to a new camera module, the Raspberry Pi low-power mini computer can be turned into time-lapse camera, security camcorder, or anything you can think up. The camera is now available as a bundle for $40.
The RainCloud is a Wi-Fi connected, automated watering system that irrigates your lawn or plants with a Raspberry Pi computer and basic parts. An attached sensor measures the ground conditions to let the RainCloud know when to start…
For just $70, you can turn your single-board Raspberry Pi computer into a wireless media hub capable of 1080p playback. The hub supports files from all platforms, including Apple, Windows, Android, and even Linux.