If you want to gain a better understanding of the different ways to get RISC OS computers connected – be that to the world beyond your own four walls, or to other systems within them – then a visit to the next Midland User Group meeting might not be a bad idea.
R-Comp will be bringing a new version of PiFi to the London Show, which takes place tomorrow. The software allows you to re-purpose a spare WiFi-enabled Raspberry Pi as an adapter for a RISC OS computer – or, if connected to a hub, a number of systems. The headline feature of version 3 of the […]
Announcement from Andrew Rawnsley, 22nd October, 2015. The popular PiCano cases for Raspberry Pi saw an update over the summer to support Pi B+ and Pi2. The PiCano case provides a superbly engineered, modern enclosure for your Pi, whilst still giving ample space for connections, upgrades (e.g. clock) and airflow.
Announcement from the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club – 30th August, 2015. The Pi as a Media Centre, and other topics Meeting on Wednesday 2nd September, 2015, at 7.45pm Malcolm Hussain-Gambles will be talking about using the Pi as a Media Centre, updates to his PiFi software, plus more on using ADFFS as part of […]
Does PiFi mean WiFi isn’t pie in the sky? If you want to be able to connect your RISC OS kit to your wireless network, R-Comp’s stand at the forthcoming Wakefield Show might be worth a visit – they will be launching a new product called PiFi, which aims to allow you to do just […]