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TIL that the Pi Zero has the option of adding pins for composite video output.

magpi.raspberrypi.org/articles

@Jo yeah, it uses the same Broadcom BCM2835 as the Model A, B, B+, the Compute Module, and the Raspberry Pi Zero

@Jo bit sad that that's the only analog video it can output, but then again it's easy to adapt HDMI to VGA or sth

@noiob @Jo extremely surprised to learn that the raspberry pi zero uses the same chip as the raspberry pi zero

@monorail @Jo I copied it off the website and also it's not wrong

@Jo I really want to see a Pi 0 update that moves to USB C. A processor/RAM boost would be nice a well, but I'd rather they didn't compromise the extremely low power consumption.

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