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The Raspberry Pi Zero is half the size of a Model A+, with twice the utility. A tiny Raspberry Pi that’s affordable enough for any project!
Just because the Raspberry Pi Zero resembles a tiny circuit board, doesn’t means it’s lacking in grunt. Okay, so compared to your average desktop PC, laptop, or even mid-range smartphone it’s not particularly powerful. But it holds its own against the rest of the Raspberry Pi range, and these are machines that are significantly larger and more expensive.
In fact, the Zero runs on the exact same single-core Broadcom BCM2835 CPU as the first Raspberry Pi. However, that chip has been clocked higher to 1GHz, so it’s actually 40 percent faster than the original.
When you factor in the 512MB of RAM that the Zero has, it actually turns out to be around three times faster than the original Raspberry Pi overall.
An overview of the Raspberry Pi Zero, including a comparison with other members of the Raspberry Pi family, and setup under Raspbian.
Specification of Raspberry Pi Zero:
1GHz single-core CPU
Mini HDMI port
Micro USB OTG port
Micro USB power
HAT-compatible 40-pin header
Composite video and reset headers
CSI camera connector (v1.3 only)