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Gareth Halfacree

Freelance journalist Gareth Halfacree has a passion for open-source hardware and software, and is the author of several best-selling books about the Raspberry Pi and BBC micro:bit. He can be found on Twitter as @ghalfacree

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The Best: Single-Board Computer for Gaming

Gaming can come in many shapes and forms. Consoles and PCs have broad appeal, but for those interested in retro gaming, SBCs are a good solution. Here's our look at the best single-board computers for gaming and emulation.

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The Best: Single-Board Computer for Makers

Packing more power than you might expect, these single-board computers can give your project superpowers. Here are our top single-board computer picks for makers, making smart things smarter.

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Raspberry Pi has updated its Zero family of single-board computers, launching the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W as a quad-core upgrade with considerably better performance than its predecessor.

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The Best: Single-Board Computer for Media Center

Single-board computers are ideal devices to use as your living room streaming set-top box. Here are our top picks for the best single-board computers to use as a media center.

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Hands-On with the MNT Reform

We go hands-on with the utterly unique MNT Reform laptop, a blocky 80's-looking wedge of hackable computing.

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Raspberry Pi 5: What to Expect

The Raspberry Pi 5 will, eventually, be a thing. So what should you expect? We look to the Raspberry Pi 4 and earlier boards, plus future developments, and list the things we think are certain, likely, or just about possible to feature.

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