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Again, we are here to deirte What you can do with a Raspberry pi 3

Again, we are here to deirte What you can do with a Raspberry pi 3

The Raspberry Pi 3 has been a novelty from that came on the market, allows you to unleash the imagination, create and develop

Again, we are here to deirte What you can do with a Raspberry pi 3
Again, we are here to deirte What you can do with a Raspberry pi 3

Now you can have at your fingertips a retro console to

Recover the charm of the great classics of the history of video games has long been possible thanks to developments that take advantage of the benefits of the Raspberry Pi for this purpose. Developments such as EmulationStation hindfoot or are precisely aimed at this purpose, but there are even more specific projects that combine the software with the hardware.

One of them is this of this developer named Philip Burgess that combines the Raspberry Pi with a Raspbian distribution and the installation of several emulators – the star is MAME4ALL – with a joystick and two buttons of a slot machine that allow you to connect this mini-console laptop to any monitor or TV via HDMI to take some items to a multitude of games in a very easy way. If you want to go beyond and construiros a bartop for two players a little more “Pintón”.

A perfect Media Center in your living room

It is inevitable to mention that it is probably the most popular among the users “conventional” of the Raspberry Pi. Convert this mini in our particular server/player of multimedia content has become so prevalent that there are all sorts of projects that reinforce this offer. There are a number of proposals software (OpenELEC, Xbian and OSMC are clear and take advantage of all the power of Kodi/XBMC), but there are also all kinds of guides to make the most of this function.

Riding a small HTPC or Media Center based on the Raspberry Pi is really simple – there are lots of resources like this to get it, and we can strengthen that capacity with some other element additional hardware such as small hardware modules to add optical outputs and S/PDIF.

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