The latest entry into the immensely popular Raspberry Pi Single Board Computer catalog, the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W, provides an upgraded drop-in replacement to the Pi Zero W powered by a quad-core 64-bit Arm Cortex-A53 CPU. This guide highlights the improvements in hardware on the Pi Zero 2 W, how to install and set it up in a desktop configuration, and the basics of using the Raspberry Pi OS.

Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W



Our guide for the Pi Zero 2 W assumes you have the Pi Zero 2 W Basic Kit, so if you do not have the kit, make sure you have the necessary accessories (power adapter, mini HDMI cable, USB OTG cable or USB hub & a microSD card). Along with the Basic Kit, you will need a monitor (or TV), keyboard, mouse and USB hub (for more than one USB device) to follow this tutorial.

The Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W Basic Kit provides the bare bones of a Pi Zero 2 W setup. The kit includes a Pi Zero 2 W, Raspberry Pi 12.5W Micro-USB Power Adapter, mini HDMI cable, USB OTG cable and a 64GB MicroSD Card with adapter.

SparkFun Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W Basic Kit


Please keep in mind that both of these products are extremely popular right now and with the global supply chain issues that are affecting our industry, lead times are subject to some pretty considerable changes and lengths. If you are interested in knowing when we get more Pi Zero 2 W’s or its Starter Kit in stock, please make sure to sign up to the “Autonotify” list we feature on the top of each page. You will receive an auto notification email message when the products come back in stock. Keep in mind that this does not reserve stock for you; all requested autonotifications for a products are sent at the same time.


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