Initially designed as a low-cost computing board for teaching kids to code, the Raspberry Pi has since evolved into a fully fledged PC comfortably capable of replacing your desktop setup. At the same time, the board's legions of dedicated fans have ensured a steady stream of ingenious open-source projects: media center, weather station, virtual assistant, Lego-powered book scanner – if you can imagine it, the chances are it's been done.
The internet is also filled with Raspberry Pi projects aimed at the home office. In keeping with the current times, we've selected five Pi projects for taking your remote working game to the next level.
For everything you need to know about the Raspberry Pi and what you can do with it, be sure to check out TechRepublic's must-read Raspberry Pi cheat sheet.
More of us working from home means more competition over the family Wi-Fi connection, not to mention less personal working space to call our own. You can use the Raspberry Pi to boost the coverage of your wireless network so that it reaches all corners of the house, meaning you won't all need to huddle around the router just to get a stable connection.