Raspberry Breadstick: The New RP2040 Development Board from Breadstick Innovations

Crowd Supply, a well-known platform for hardware pioneers, is set to launch a new product from Breadstick Innovations will undoubtedly pique the interest of tech enthusiasts and developers alike. The Raspberry Breadstick, an RP2040 development board, is not just another addition to the Raspberry Pi family. Its unique form factor, resembling a breadstick, is designed to fit seamlessly into a breadboard, making it easier for developers to work with.

The Raspberry Breadstick is a long, slender development board that spaces out the pins, eliminating the need to cram loads of jumper cables together. This thoughtful design feature enhances the user experience, making it easier to work with the board.


The Raspberry Breadstick is powered by the RP2040 microcontroller, which is programmable with MicroPython, CircuitPython, and C/C++. It features a USB-C connector and comes with a few extras that set it apart from other development boards. Among these extras are 24 minuscule, addressable LEDs, also known as Dot Stars, and a six-axis inertial measurement unit, comprising a three-axis gyroscope and a three-axis accelerometer.


The Raspberry Breadstick is still in the pre-launch phase, and no price has been announced yet. However, you can stay updated on its launch and pricing details by entering your email address on the Crowd Supply page. We will also continue to cover updates on this promising project, providing you with all the information you need to decide whether to support this project.

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