Using a Raspberry Pi 400?

Yeah, I noticed that the display turned off after the initial configuration. I imagine that the RPi 4 on board the 400 should be fast enough to handle the display and Pioreactor, but it’s not a must-have for me right now. I just wanted to get it working with a Pi I already have, as they’re still a bit of a challenge to buy at the moment.

What could be fun though is using the keyboard to interact with the PiOLED display you mentioned in New Pioreactor plugin: pioled_display_plugin !