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  • WT32-SC01 is a thin 3.5-inch ESP32 color touchscreen display

    Looking for an ESP32 board with a color touchscreen display? There is plenty of choices here, including Espressif Systems own ESP32-S2-Kaluga-1 multimedia devkit with a 3.2-inch display or M5Stack Core2 with a 2-inch display. But if you’d like a thinner and larger display, Tag Wireless WT32-SC01 is an ESP32-powered 3.5-inch color display with a 2-point capacitive touchscreen designed to be integrated into your own project or product.

  • MacOS or Windows Themes on Raspberry Pi [Ed: This may seem old, but they've only just promoted this post (this afternoon)]

    In this article, I will cover three Operating System (OS) for the Raspberry Pi (RPi), preferably the RPi 4. These Operating Systems are not truly MacOS or Windows 10, but a desktop with the look and feel of a Mac or Windows system. The look of a Mac or Windows is truly ‘screen deep’.

    All of the Operating Systems covered in this article are based on the Raspbian Buster OS. Do note that this OS is 32-bit, but these options are extremely elegant.

    Anyone that has a Raspberry Pi system has most likely installed and used Raspbian. The OS is the ‘default’ OS that comes with the Raspberry Pi if an SD card came with the board. It is the first download on the RaspberryPi.org website’s Download page (here). It is now called 'Raspberry Pi OS' instead of Raspbian.

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  • Perform a minimal install on your Raspberry PI - PragmaticLinux

    This PragmaticLinux article shows you step-by-step how to install a minimal lite version of the Raspberry PI operating system on your Raspberry PI.

  • OPTIGA Trust-M evaluation kit for Raspberry Pi targets Connected Home over IP standard

    The kit then relies on the Raspberry Pi 4/3 SBC’s WiFi and Bluetooth LE connectivity to provide a secure Smart Home system compatible with Connected Home over IP standard for wireless alarm systems, automation and secured monitoring, smart lighting, and more.

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