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Raspberry Pi 4 Miniature Single Board Computer lets you run two monitors at once
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Raspberry Pi 4 Miniature Single Board Computer lets you run two monitors at once

You might think you have a compact computer, but it’s probably not as small as the Raspberry Pi 4 Miniature Single Board Computer. This tiny computer offers a dual display option through its two micro HDMI ports. So, while it may be small, you can accomplish all you need to do. This miniature desktop computer can do a lot more than meets the eye. It’s even capable of supporting a gigabit Ethernet cable. And depending on how much you need this single board computer to accomplish, you can choose 1 GB, 2 GB, or 4 GB of RAM. With this handheld computer, you even get 4k display. That’s pretty incredible for something so small. Furthermore, this dual-display computer has two USB 2 ports and two USB 3 ports. This device lets you work, transfer data, and watch shows with energy-efficient speed.

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1, 2, 4 GB
USB Ports
2 USB 2, 2 USB 3
15W USB-C Power Supply, microSD Card, Keyboard, Mouse, micro HDMI Cable
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