The new Raspberry Pi 4 with 8 GB RAM is up there with a budget PC, so we set out to make it look like a proper desktop. The Argon ONE case seemed like a great fit, and proves its worth as Robbie assembles the kit and installs the needed software for the Argon ONE's power button and fan controller. Lots of Linux under-the-hood as we dig into the code that makes the Argon ONE tick.
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