Raspberry Pi Zero is a relatively popular microcontroller product, and Zero 2 W is an upgraded version of Zero W. It uses a quad-core Broadcom BCM2710A1 64-bit SoC. The main frequency is slightly lower than that of the Raspberry Pi 3. to 1GHz. The memory uses a 512MB LPDDR2 SDRAM memory particle, which is packaged with the SoC.
In terms of interfaces, the Zero 2 W has a USB 2.0 interface that supports OTG, a 40pin I/O interface compatible with HAT (top additional hardware) (the product itself does not have I/O devices), a Mini HDMI video output interface, a composite Video/reset pin pads and a CSI-2 camera connector with support for MicroSD card expansion.
In terms of communication interaction, Zero 2 W is equipped with 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi in the 2.4GHz band and a low-power Bluetooth 4.2 module, and also supports H.264, MPEG-4 (1080P 30 frames), H.264 (1080P 30 frames) of audio and video decoding and OpenGL ES 1.1/2.0 can be described as a small sparrow with all its internal organs.
Although the single-chip microcomputer product of Raspberry Pi is not a common PC device in our lives, it is widely used in smart instruments, real-time industrial control, navigation systems, household appliances and other fields. Powerful and functional.
In addition, Raspberry Pi's Zero series products are the best choice for users who learn and engage in Linux-related work due to their cheap size. At the same time, the product is also suitable for consumers who want to understand how computers work and how they are structured.
The Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W can theoretically run a variety of Raspberry Pi compatible systems, but some netizens said that running the Raspberry Pi OS will be more stable.