The Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched a new Raspberry Pi, the Raspberry Pi WH.
“Imagine a Raspberry Pi Zero W. Now add a professionally-soldered header. Boom, that’s the Raspberry Pi Zero WH,” said the organisation.
The board is aimed at users who do not want to do soldering work.
The foundation said it can be used for projects with “minimal wiggle-room”, but where users want to, for example, take advantage of the GPIO expander tool for Debian Stretch on a PC or Mac.
“Using the GPIO expander with the Raspberry Pi Zero WH decreases the setup cost for anyone interested in trying out physical computing in the classroom or at home.”
The header can also be used for prototyping before users solder wires directly to a board.