Can the Raspberry Pi Pico get any smaller? Pimoroni’s Tiny 2040 is a mere third of the size of a Raspberry Pi Pico, yet it packs the full power of the Pico’s RP2040 SoC and a curated selection of GPIO pins. The reduction in size has seen an increase in price, around three times the price of a stock Pico ($12 vs $4) but there is always a premium for compact design.
The first third-party RP2040 board we’ve tested, the Pimoroni Tiny 2040 not only saves space, but adds features such as a dedicated reset button, a fourth ADC pin and an RGB LED.
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