The new Pi-Top is a slicker machine. It’s a drastically easier build — six steps, rather than 23 — which might sound like a step backwards, but in return you’re getting a design that feels more competitive with cheap Chromebooks and Windows laptops. It has a full-size keyboard and a centrally positioned trackpad. Above the hinge is a 14-inch, full HD screen that can tilt up to 180 degrees, besting the original’s 13.3-inch display and 125-degree opening angle. Around the back, you’ll find one ethernet and th
This looks really cool, although the price of $320 makes it pretty much a non-starter.