The Turing Pi 2 is quite an exciting project that might even be a game-changer when it comes to homelab. With it, you can set up Raspberry Pi Compute Modules as individual servers, and even cluster them! The Turing Pi 2 gives you access to many additional features that Compute Modules wouldn’t normally have access to, such as mPCIe, SATA, and more. This gives you access to build a data-center in a box, and Jay gives it a first-look on the channel in this video.
EVICIV was awesome and sent me over a brand new Raspberry Pi display so that I could review it, and that’s exactly what I did. In this video, I’ll give you my thoughts on this display and whether or not I can recommend it.
After watching the review, check out the EVICIV display here.
52pi sent their 19″ Raspberry Pi rack mount over to the studio, so as always I gave it a full review. In this video, I’ll talk about the pros and the cons so you can make a decision for yourself as far as if this product will fit your Pi-server use-case.
If interested, check out the 52pi 19″ Rack Mount here.
Raspberry Pi is an awesome platform, the only limit is your imagination. If you want to turn your Pi into a desktop, the DeskPi aims to help you do exactly that. In this video, I’ll review the DeskPi Pro v2 and give you my thoughts.
If you want to build a Network Attached Storage device on a Raspberry Pi, this video is for you. Using a Raspberry Pi 4, the Argon One M.2 case, and OpenMediaVault – I show you how to build a NAS of your very own. I’ll cover an unboxing of the case, assembly, OS tweaks, and I’ll go over a one-line command to install OpenMediaVault.