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Michael Sage

IT, Digital & Culture

Yummy, yummy Pi's

From the moment they were announced I knew that the way I did computing at home had changed. Ideal as test boxes, development, media players and now even mini ESX servers! I’ve used them for many things…

The Pi’s I currently have in use are:

  • Pi 4 1Gb – Kitchen LibreELEC 
  • Pi 4 2Gb – 2nd Device in Lego Room
  • Pi 4 4Gb – Bedroom LibreELEC
  • Pi 400 – 2nd Device in Study 
  • Pi 3+ – CCTV Viewer
  • Pi 3+ – Garage
I have used them for other projects in the past including getting started with Home Assistant, mini ESXi Server, custom automations, OSMC media player, Plex Server, learning things with Ali, Wildlife Cameras, the list goes on. I hope they are around for a long time to come!

In the gallery below you can see the latest Pi 400, my display of Pi’s from the original Pi to the Pi 3 B+ (with space for the Pi4 1, 2, 4Gb version… the 8Gb version will start a new board). Next are my Pi’s ready for use (Pi Zero WH, Pi 3 B+ and Pi 4 8Gb), I also have a Pi 2 in the cupboard should I need something older to play with and yes that is a ZX Spectrum +2 behind them. Finally my Pi Zero Board up to the latest Pi Zero WH.