Over the last couple of decades, computers have shrunken down from the size of an entire room to a mini PC that could literally fit inside an Altoids tin — which is exactly what developer Matt Wagner has done using a Raspberry Pi.
Although the idea for such a device was first conceived back in 2012, Wagner says it had to be put on hold until the launch of the Pi Zero. Now, he has created two separate versions of the aptly named PiMiniMint.
The first model is equipped with an Adafruit two-inch screen, a RedBear IoT HAT for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, 32GB of storage, an infrared camera, and a full-size USB port. However, for his latest build, the camera was removed to make room for a rechargeable 2000mAh battery that can keep the tiny PC running for up to eight hours.
Intrigued? You can find more on Wagner’s impressive project here.