Hands-On with the RP2040 and Pico, the First In-House Silicon and Microcontroller From Raspberry Pi

The RP2040, Raspberry Pi’s first in-house silicon, debuts on the Raspberry Pi Pico, its first microcontroller board — and it’s just $4.

The launch of the original Raspberry Pi in 2012 was the dawn of a new era of low-cost, easy-access single-board computers (SBCs). In the years since the Raspberry Pi family has grown both upwards, now on its fourth full generation, and outwards with a range of devices from the ultra-low-cost Raspberry Pi Zero family to the consumer-ready all-in-one Raspberry Pi 400.

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