Okay, so you’ve recently become the proud owner of a brand-new Raspberry Pi. Not sure what to do with it? To my knowledge, that is not a problem at all.
Here is a compilation of the best Raspberry Pi tutorials available online.
Even the original Pi device can be used for most of these projects. Just in case, we’ve noted exactly which Pi models can be used for each project.
Modifications to the Raspberry Pi 3 and 4
The latest and greatest model is the Raspberry Pi 4, which has increased processing capability. This makes the 4 a great choice for tasks that demand a lot of computing power. The Pi 3 B+’s widespread availability and adequate processing power make it a good choice for a wide range of projects.
Use the Raspberry Pi Zero for Your Next Project.
The Raspberry Pi Zero W is a less expensive, more compact, and less powerful version of the original Pi. However, it is ideal for tiny or portable applications due to its size and lower power consumption. While Zero can be used for most of these tasks, some of them were designed especially for it. Our Pi Black Friday & Cyber Monday sales page now features the Zero W at a discount.
Di Ys for All Experience Levels
Whether you’re a complete Pi newbie or a seasoned hobby electronics pro, you’ll be able to pick a wonderful project to build thanks to our inclusion of a difficulty rating for each one.
Expenses in a Project
For each task, we calculated an approximate hardware investment. We assumed that you already had a Pi, charger, and SD card if you found this article, so we left those out of the price. Many of the projects here don’t call for any specialized hardware, and this list should make it easy to find the free ones that fit the bill.