FUZE with Raspberry Pi goes retro with new-look special edition

The makers of FUZE, the hard-wearing, all-in-one Raspberry Pi computer, have just launched a special edition. Called the T2-SE, this has everything their normal T2 has, including a breakout board that gives you not only normal, digital input/output but analogue input as well. The cool thing they’ve done is to take a leaf out of the BBC Micro book and given it a new cream skin with red function keys. It now looks very similar to the BBC and reminds us all of what a great design that was. You can get hold of your own FUZE by heading over to their shop.

I like the look of this one and, if I had the money, this would be the model I’d go for, just for a bit of retro!

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