Raspberry Pi 400 personal microcomputer fits into a compact keyboard » Gadget Flow

first_img– Advertisement – The Raspberry Pi 400 hides a whole PC into a compact keyboard and is great for remote workers and children. This gadget is an upgrade of the original Raspberry Pi and features a quad-core 64-bit processor. Therefore, it runs much quicker and remains cooler than its predecessor. The Raspberry Pi 400 is packed with 4GB of RAM and features a MicroSD card slot for storage and running the operating system. There’s also plenty of USB ports to connect to a monitor and other devices. Furthermore, it features wireless networking and Bluetooth, so you can remain connected on the go. This personal microcomputer also offers 4K video playback. Although it’s compact design is a highlight, the gadget still features full-size keys. Overall, this affordable device mirrors the minimalism of earlier devices with a modern touch that’s simple to use.last_img read more

Jerry Stackhouse in negotiations to become next coach at Vanderbilt, report says

first_img UCLA job search: Jamie Dixon, Mick Cronin emerge as two top candidates, report says Sources: Memphis Grizzlies assistant Jerry Stackhouse is in contract negotiations to become the next head coach at Vanderbilt. Emerged as a primary candidate in the last 24 hours. Nothing final yet, but the two sides are headed towards a marriage.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) April 1, 2019Stackhouse has been an assistant for both the Raptors and Grizzlies. He led Toronto’s G-League affiliate to a championship in 2017 and was named Coach of the Year that season.Stackhouse told The Ringer  in 2017 that he hoped G-League success would propel him to a head coaching job in the NBA. But he seems to be heading to the college ranks. Kentucky, John Calipari agree to lifetime deal: ‘Where else would I want to coach?’ Related Newscenter_img Vanderbilt appears to have found its next basketball coach.The school is having contract negotiations with Grizzlies assistant Jerry Stackhouse, according to a CBS Sports report, which cites unidentified sources. The 44-year-old was a two-time NBA All-Star during his 18-year career as a player. Now, he’ll focus on improving a Vanderbilt team that finished 0-18 in the SEC last season.The Commodores surprisingly fired former coach Bryce Drew after three seasons in late March.last_img read more