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Raspberry Pi: Transform the Compute Module 4 into a fully-fledged PC with the All-In-One Pi

The All-In-One Pi retails for US$239. (Image source: Chipsee)
The All-In-One Pi retails for US$239. (Image source: Chipsee)
Chipsee has developed new add-ons for the Raspberry Pi Computer Module 4, including one that turns it into an all-in-one PC. The so-called All-In-One Pi supports VESA desktop mounts in two colours. There is also an Industrial Pi board that utilises the Compute Module 4 as a 7-inch tablet with optional 4G connectivity.

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Chipsee has introduced two new expansion boards for the Compute Module 4, the Raspberry Pi Foundation's smallest single-board compute based on the Raspberry Pi 4. Specifically, Chipsee has released the Industrial Pi CM4-70-EM and the All-In-One Pi. The former has a 7-inch touchscreen and is available with or without a case. Meanwhile, the latter takes the Compute Module 4 and, as its name suggests, transforms it into an all-in-one PC.

Both expansion boards contain a Compute Module 4 with 2 GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 16 GB of eMMC flash storage. Additionally, both boards have Gigabit Ethernet, two USB 2.0 host ports, a 3.5 mm jack, a 2 W speaker and a micro-USB OTG port. However, the All-In-One Pi has a microphone and a 10.1-inch display that operates at up to 1,280 x 800 pixels. Linux Gizmos notes that Chipsee mentions 13.3-, 15.6- and 17.3-inch versions of the All-In-One Pi too.

The Industrial Pi CM4-70-Em costs US$199 or US$219 with its case. By contrast, Chipsee charges US$239 for the All-In-One Pi, which is available in two colours.

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The Industrial Pi CM4-70-EM in its case. (Image source: Chipsee)
The Industrial Pi CM4-70-EM in its case. (Image source: Chipsee)
The Industrial Pi CM4-70-EM expansion board. (Image source: Chipsee)
The Industrial Pi CM4-70-EM expansion board. (Image source: Chipsee)

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Alex Alderson, 2021-03-25 (Update: 2021-03-25)