ShaRPiKeebo is probably the smallest Linux computer you’ll find with a physical QWERTY keyboard. Measuring just 6 x 11 x 1.5 cm and powered by a Raspberry Pi (RPi) Zero 2 W, it features a 400x240-pixel, low-power, daylight-readable, black-and-white SHARP Memory Display and an RFM95 long-range wireless transceiver. If you thought PocketChip was cool, wait until you get your thumbs on ShaRPiKeebo! With a low-latency display, two D-pads, on-board power-management, and support for Wi-Fi connectivity, this open-hardware, battery-powered nano computer is perfect for gamers, system administrators, and everyone in between.
You can find documentation in our GitHub repository.
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