My laptop was broken and I didn't have the money to buy one. But luckily a few weeks before I had ordered a raspberry pi 400 just for testing it. Surprisingly, the resources of this little hardware were enough to do the job.
during this period I worked on a website project. It was difficult at the start but after it was easy. The only stuff with this hardware it's you must be creative.
some recommendations before trying this hardware:
- have a monitor to connect your raspberry pi 400.
- have a basic knowledge of the Linux terminal.
- be someone curious and so on.
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Great! I’ve got a Pi 400, too, and I’ve been slowly working on making it into something I can use when I travel to have a Pi and hardware hacking experience.
What did you find the most difficult? Have you used Linux before?
Yes, I used Linux before but the problem wasn't it. The real problem is the processor of this hardware by the way I had to be more creative because some software I usually used on my Linux distro doesn't work on it.
The good news is that the 64-bit version of Pi OS is now the default, but it still differs as it is ARM, of course, so I hear you. What sort of tools are you using?
To bypass this problem I use a sandbox system like codesandbox.io