Raspberry Pi Zero-W V1.1 Development Board With Official Case


Processor: BCM 2835 SOC

Clock speed: 1GHz

RAM: 512MB

Built-in Wireless: WiFi + Bluetooth 4.1 + BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy).

Display and Audio: mini-HDMI

USB Port: micro-B USB for data

Power input: micro-B USB for power

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This is the latest version of Raspberry Pi Zero V1.1 W (Wireless), if you are looking for Raspberry Pi Zero, get it here.

Yes, it is finally here. Raspberry Pi Zero W (Wireless) is available on robu.in. This is a super cheap single board computer. You get a working computer, it is cheaper than any Arduino controller board with the 32-bit processor, and it comes with WiFi and Bluetooth ready.

Though is not a working computer yet, at least you have the motherboard. The new Raspberry Pi Zero W offers all the benefits of the Pi Zero, but with one big difference – built-in Wireless (WiFi and Bluetooth)! More specifically, this giant upgrade is the addition of a BCM43143 WiFi chip BUILT-IN to your Raspberry Pi Zero – just like the Pi 3! No more pesky WiFi adapters – this Pi is WiFi ready. There’s also Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) onboard making the Pi an excellent IoT solution (BLE support is still in the work, software-wise).

Raspberry Pi Zero W is a super-compact, hackable, and ultra-low-cost computer, This is the version with built-in WiFi and Bluetooth, and there is no so call clone version of this super low-cost computer, this is the original Raspberry Pi Zero W from Raspberrypi.org.

With BCM 2835 (32-bit ARM-based processor) SoC running at 1GHz, the raspberry pi zero is faster than Raspberry Pi 1. With mini-HDMI, micro-B OTG USB, and the same 40-pin GPIO it still has great connectivity although you’ll probably need some accessories to help you hook it up to your existing devices.

The best part about all this is that the Pi Zero W keeps the same shape, connectors, and mounting holes as the Pi Zero . 99% of cases and accessories will still be fully compatible with both the Pi Zero W and – though if you have a case with a metal top there might be some WiFi chip difficulties.

Yes, it is really attractive, but do bear in mind that you need additional accessories to get it running. At least USB adapter and microSD card is a must.

Raspberry Pi Zero V 1.1 Vs Zero Pi-W V 1.3

About its Official Case:

The Official Raspberry Pi Zero Case comes in the same stunning red and white as the full-sized case for the Raspberry Pi 3. It is made from the same tough plastic and again features the Raspberry Pi logo etched into the lids. Did I say lids? Well, this case comes with three white lids:


GPIO access (allowing access to the pins for HATs, pHATs and/or jumper cables)

Camera mount & lens hole

It also comes with an exclusive short ribbon cable that will connect your official camera module to your Raspberry Pi Zero. Also included with the case are four sticky, rubber feet that fit into the indents on the underside of the case.

The underside of the case features a cut-out for the GPIO pins which means you always have access to expand your Raspberry Pi and add sensors, LEDs, switches and all manner of other things. If you do want to use the GPIO pins, can we recommend our Essential Raspberry Pi Zero kit? It has several different types of headers, ready for soldering, as well as adapters to help you get the most out of your Raspberry Pi Zero.

The case is compatible with all models of Raspberry Pi Zero including the new Zero W

Features :

Built-in Wireless: WiFi + Bluetooth 4.1 + BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy), same as Raspberry Pi 3.

Display and Audio: mini-HDMI

USB Port: micro-B USB for data

Power input: micro-B USB for power

Camera interface: CSI camera connector (needs adaptor cable, 0.5mm pitch to pitch CSI)

GPIO: Unpopulated 40-pin GPIO connector, compatible with Raspberry Pi Zero and Raspberry Pi 3.

Compatibility of GPIO: Compatible with existing HAT addons

Dimensions: 65mm x 30mm x 5mm

Package Includes :

1x Raspberry Pi Zero-W V1.1 Development Board

1 x Raspberry Pi Official Case.

Useful Links :

Raspberry Pi Software Guide.

Downloads from Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi Accessories