Tiny Keyboard With Pico Controller Looks Like Just Our Type


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With perhaps the exception of Android phones and CPU coolers, technology gets smaller all the time, but our fat human fingers are slightly terrified to discover the PiPi Gherkin (as spotted by Hackaday), a positively pint-sized Raspberry Pi Pico powered plank surely sent to increase our rate of typos even further.

(Image credit: 40% Keyboards)

This isn’t the first model of Gherkin, it’s been around since 2016, but this version is specifically built with the Raspberry Pi Pico in mind by 40% Keyboards, a blogger with an unhealthy interest in teeny-weeny typing tools who licenses designs through Creative Commons, so you can build your own. 

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