Following the announcement of the new Raspberry Pi 4, creative design company, pi-top is proud to reveal that its new flagship product, the pi-top , will be the first product of its class to be powered by the world-class computer.
The pi-top  is a go-anywhere computer that offers a new world of possibilities for makers, creators and innovators. Each unit serves as an entire computing ecosystem, with impressive compatibility through gigabit ethernet, dual micro HDMI for two 4K screen displays, two USB 3 ports and one USB 2 port for connecting devices and peripherals.
What you choose to do with your device is entirely up to you. pi-top  users can shoot video on the fly with a camera rig, edit footage and mix their own music, all with a single device. It can be the beating heart of complex Internet of Things (IOT) projects with rapid information transfer or serve as the brain of a robot that can recognise you when you walk into a room.
Graham Brown-Martin, Chief Education & Product Officer at pi-top says:
“Quite simply, the Raspberry Pi 4 makes pi-top  the most powerful and connected tool available to creators.
Just as affordable technology allowed musicians to create platinum-selling records from their bedroom in the 1980s, pi-top  will catalyse new creations from rockstar inventors.”
Raspberry Pi Founder and CEO Eben Upton adds:
“There are areas of endeavour that pi-top has been involved in, particularly around displays, keyboards, batteries and the like which we haven’t explored. It’s been wonderful to see an organisation do that, take on those challenges and vanquish them.”
pi-top is comprised of a global team of industrial designers, engineers and learning theorists who have designed, manufactured and shipped more than 250,000 units. Now, pioneering a unique form-factor,
the company is redefining how people use computers to impact the world around them.
pi-top co-founder & CEO Jesse Lozano says:
essence of everything we do. Now with pi-top  we’re putting powerful new technology in the hands of makers everywhere.”