Raspberry Tablet gives you fast introduction to computer programming
For the singlechip enthusiasts, the raspberry is absolutely a familiar name. The microcomputers, which have been produced for computer programming education, have been selling surprisingly well and now become third most popular selling computers in history. But for beginners, the difficulty of the raspberry is not low.
In Order To help beginners experience the fun of the raspberry , a tablet called Raspad came into being. It provides all the raspberry interfaces you need, and it is so called to reduce the threshold for creating personalized projects.
The Raspad is equipped with a 10.1 inch touch screen, as well as a stereo speaker. Although the shape design has no characteristics, it provides a very attractive function for raspberry lovers: you can use it to program your own projects anytime, anywhere.
If you are a beginner, Raspad provides a graphical user interface (GUI) and a sensor suite for exploration. It also has a simple visual programming software, a series of hardware suites, and an intuitive tutorial to inspire you. For advanced users, it also allows you to replace the motherboard, or to connect to other hardware (such as Arduino).