The Raspberry Pi, known as one of the most powerful and famous single board computers (SBC), is a type of microcontroller unit that contains a CPU, RAM, and an external hard drive. Makers can use Raspberry Pi to run a variety of operating systems, including Linux, Chrome, and Windows.


With the introduction of the Raspberry Pi Pico, the Raspberry Pi Foundation is challenging Arduino's dominance in the MCU market. To compare the two platforms and understand their differences, strengths, and weaknesses, let's explore them further.

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