fedefrank wrote:Thank you so much! The Pi0 will be available in the Italian reseller by the end of January, this is not a problem.
Only if they can get stock from the official retailers (I'm not saying that they won't be able to, but it's not guaranteed).
fedefrank wrote:I love Pi0 for his portability (due to his dimensions) and the extremely low power consumption (I would be able to use it with my phone power bank). I'm also very interested in robotics, even though I do not know what to do yet and I've never done it.
You aren't alone, there's a lot of fans of the Pi0 here.
fedefrank wrote:On the other hand, I don't actually know how I will use my RPi, maybe all the options you have written.
I'm also quite interested in Jasper, I think it would work better on Pi2.
Yes Jasper would benefit from the quad core.
fedefrank wrote:You mentioned robotics project with Pi0, what kind of robots is it possible to build with the Pi0? I've also thought about a drone and so on. It would be necessary an expanding board, would it?
Not necessarily if you use continuous rotation servos you could get by without any expansion board. Otherwise you would need some kind of motor driver as a minimum.
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