It's our last lap! We hit our funding goal yesterday, and we want to thank you all so much for allowing us to make this crazy project a reality. You are all wonderful people! In this update—which is our last while the campaign is still active—we show off a cryptocurrency-trading application and share a detailed, step-by-step walkthrough on how you can build such a thing yourself. Read the full update.
Last week, we decided to equip all ShaRPiKeebo units with a free enclosure—to thank you all for your support—but we still had some design decisions to make, so we tested several different variations. See below for more details on our latest enclosure design. We have also revisited our financials and determined, in consultation with Crowd Supply, that the $25k we've already raised is enough to move forward with the project. ShaRPikeebo will ship! Read the full update.
We have finally managed to CE mark ShaRPiKeebo, so our European friends can now back this campaign. (Thank you all for the encouragement!) More details below, along with a surprise announcement about our enclosure and a few specifics regarding improvements we've made to our PCB design. Finally, in consultation with Crowd Supply, we have decided to extend the campaign by one week until Thursday, July 28th. This will not affect our estimated ship dates. Read the full update.
Hi all! This is our first campaign update to give you news about the project. In it, we address our ongoing research into the possibility of CE marking ShaRPiKeebo, we share our design progress on the enclosure, we announce the results of our real-world battery test, we provide a link to our open-source design files, and we share several new videos. Come have a look! Read the full update.
We are now crowdfunding ShaRPiKeebo, a HAT that transforms your Raspberry Pi Zero W or 2W into the ultimate tiny Linux computer. With a physical QWERTY keyboard, a daylight-readable screen, Wi-Fi support, and a long-range transceiver, ShaRPiKeebo lets you pack some serious system administration tools (and some not-so-serious games) in your jeans pocket. Read the full update.