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Ono Fairy? Raspberry Pi meets cyberpunk in the DIY RA01 Cyberdeck project

The passionate DIY project of the artist and technical craftsman RA has brought a mature portable Cyber​​deck to the world. If you have read the Neuromancer novel by William Gibson or played the excellent tactical role-playing game of the Shadowrun series, you will use the network platform to navigate and crack the Matrix, which is a true representative of the disappearance of the virtual landscape of the Internet. Unfortunately, there is no matrix for you to invade yet in the world-but Cyberdek RA01 focuses more on nostalgia and the vertigo of pure science fiction, rather than actual usability.

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Cyber​​deck RA01 follows the cyberpunk principles because it is a completely independent portable computer: it has an ultra-wide 8.8-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 1,920 x 480, allowing users to explore a customized Raspbian operating system (with Customized startup sound) !) Runs inside Raspberry Pi 4 Model B (which means HDMI, Ethernet and USB 3.0 support). A pair of 18650 batteries are built on the portability of Cyberdeck-but the transport belt and handle are also suitable for any serious Matrix operation.

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