Say hello to the Raspberry Pi 5, the latest model in the line of tiny single board computers that revolutionized computing!
As details emerge about the Pi 5, compatible accessories that take full advantage of its capabilities will slowly be released. We'll add to this wishlist as we find out more!
Raspberry Pi 5 Official Case
With the physical changes in the new Pi, previous cases will no longer fit; you'll need the new Pi 5 official case. This case has a built-in fan to keep your Pi cool.
Raspberry Pi 5 Official Power Supply
The Pi 5 is much more powerful, meaning that it needs more power. The new official power supply is 27 watts (more than the 14-15 watts of the old one).
The Official Raspberry Pi Beginner's Guide
The latest edition of the guide - all the information you need to get started.
The Raspberry Pi 5 Desktop Kit includes the case, power supply, keyboard, mouse, SD card, two micro-HDMI cables, and the Beginner's Guide. Like previous Desktop Kits, the Raspberry Pi is not included.
Raspberry Pi 5 Active Cooler
If you're running your Pi 5 without a case, the new Active Cooler keeps everything cool under heavy load. The Active Cooler combines a large metal heatsink with a variable blower, powered and controlled by the fan connector.
Video Adapter Cables
Cameras and screens can be used with the Pi 5, but the old cables won't fit; these mini-to-standard adapter cables are required.
Real-Time Clock Battery
There's a real-time clock build into the power management IC. This battery powers the clock when main power is disconnected. When main power is connected, the battery is charged.
Raspberry Pi Official Wired Keyboard
With so many connectivity options, you don't always need a keyboard and mouse, but they definitely make things more convenient!
Raspberry Pi 5 Official Wired Mouse
High Quality Camera
With its 12.3 megapixel back-illuminated Sony sensor, the official Pi camera is capable of capturing incredible images and video.
Wide Angle Lens for High Quality Camera
This 6mm lens attachment lets you grab some of those gorgeous cinematic wides.
Telephoto Lens for High Quality Camera
If you need to get a closer shot and can't physically move in, a telephoto lens is a great option.
Hyperpixel 4.0 4-inch Touchscreen Display
A full color 4" touch screen is perfect for compact applications. This will work with any 40 pin Pi.
10.1" Touchscreen Display
This 10.1" HD touchscreen is perfect if you want a larger display.
Micro SD Card
To store your OS and other data, you'll need a MicroSD card and card reader.
SD/Micro SD Card Reader
GPIO Stacking Headers
When stacking HATs and other PCBs, these stacking headers are really handy!
Micro HDMI To HDMI Cable
For connecting HDMI displays to the micro HDMI ports, grab one of these cables.
Heatsinks help keep things nice and cool.
The Sense HAT is the easiest way to get started with sensors. It comes with a gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer, barometer, temperature sensor, and relative humidity sensor, as well as an 8x8 LED display.
16-bit ADC HAT For Raspberry Pi
Sometimes you'll need to convert analog signals to digital. The 16-bit ADC HAT gives you sixteen 16-bit AD converters.
Grove Base HAT Interface
The Grove Base HAT gives you an easy way to be compatible with the Grove ecosystem of modules.
Programmable 16-bit Amplifier Gain Board and ADC
This Grove module gives you four 16-bit AD converters, as well as a programmable gain amplifier (PGA) to optimize your input voltages.