They’re both small, they’re both powerful, and they both get used in electronics hobby projects, but the Raspberry Pi is not an Arduino. However, the Pi can do a pretty good job of acting the part in a pinch. That said, don’t be afraid of trying the Arduino if you haven’t and are curious about it. They’re both great tools to have in your kit. Using the tips in this article, you can use the Pi as a testbed for future Arduino projects, or you can have the best of both worlds all in one device.
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