Here is the latest new product Sao Tome and Principe Email List offered by Raspberry Pi, the foundation renowned for its manufacture of nano-computers: the Raspberry Pi 400.The computer, whose appearance is inspired by the PCs of the 80s, offers a compact format (28.6 x 12.2 x 2.3 centimeters) but complete. It is composed of a 4 GB RAM and a Broadcom 1.8 GHz quad-core processor. The connectors find their places on the back of the keyboard. There are: two USB 3.0 ports and one 2.0 port, an SD input (which is only used for the operating system itself) as well as two micro-HDMI outputs. The Raspberry Pi 400 supports WiFi, Bluetooth and also has an Ethernet port. For heat management, the computer does not have fans but a passive dissipation system via an aluminum plate integrated inside.
Eben Upton, Managing Director of Raspberry Pi said “our mission is to provide affordable, high-performance and programmable computers anywhere in the world . ” A desire that is expressed through the advertised price: around 75 euros on the French market.It is already possible to order the Pi 400 in France (with an Azerty keyboard) with a delivery time of approximately two to three weeks. You also have the possibility of purchasing a complete pack which offers, in addition to the computer, a wired mouse, a power cable, an HDMI cable, a 16 GB SD card as well as a user guide for beginner. The price of the package varies between 100 and 110 euros.
A miniature computer hidden in a keyboard
One thing is certain, with its affordable price and its mini size, this computer can provide computer access to as many people as possible. This novelty is also an opportunity to experiment with new uses for computer enthusiasts: home automation, portable server, vintage arcade terminal, etc.To reinvent the process of buying an electric bicycle, the brand has put in place several systems, both before-sales and via an after-sales service based on customer data:an internal support team, which represents ” the biggest team within Cowboy today “, with members who speak between 2 and 5 languages, as well as an average response time of 5 minutes, to reassure and interact with potential buyers on the brand’s website, the main sales channel, chatbots to automate certain conversations (2,000 responses via chatbots out of 8,000 conversations initiated in September),
a network of test riders deployed in more than 70 cities in Europe, who come to customers’ homes or workplaces to provide them with advice,a sleek flasgship store to immerse customers in the brand’s universe, support for the use of the connected bike with the sending of more than 250 automatic and personalized messages, based on usage data, which make it possible to establish a diagnosis (sending of a message after the 1,000 km mark crossed to check the brakes, the saddle, etc.), Customer service is an essential point for us, which allows us to have a good customer relationship after the purchase, which is not the case for most bicycle brands. This also allows us to make sure that a customer wishing to buy one back within 2 to 5 years will choose a Cowboy again , ”adds Tanguy Goretti.
An affordable price
To go further in building customer loyalty and satisfaction, the brand has launched an annual subscription, contracted by more than 50% of its customers, to offer a series of services: insurance, support and a tool to find his bike. While 25% of sales are attributed to word of mouth and the sponsorship system, Cowboy raised 4.2 million euros in less than 30 days from his community, via a crowdfunding operation, or 2,800 investors among the company’s clients, who wish to continue to grow it and guarantee its succes. This would offer a preliminary consultation with a virtual assistant before a potential medical appointment. When we see the power of Allo Covid, it does not seem impossible and could be a solution to unclog the medical profession.It is the action of making a purchase by voice command, from product research, to the creation of a basket and to payment.
This can be done via his phone or via his voice speaker, so nomadic as sedentary. The most striking example recently is that of Carrefour’s latest voice application. Indeed, it offers the possibility of carrying out its basket of products entirely by voice, of modifying it at will, and of going to the final stage of the purchase. Voice commands are recorded and make it possible to know user preferences, and therefore Carrefour to target its customers well in the future. Large-scale distribution has been able to seize the opportunities of voice commerce. Flipkart, the Indian subsidiary of Walmart, has launched a food ordering service by voice. The prowess of this tool? It is able to detect all languages, even local ones, and also allows you to pay by voice.