Simply press the button to print a new paper wallet. You can choose to have Piper store your keys. Backup is as easy as plugging in a USB drive.
Plug in a display, mouse, and keyboard and customize Piper to do whatever you want. It's Linux-based, open source, and powered by the Raspberry Pi. You can even use your own printer!
|Model A||Model B|
|Connectivity||1 USB and HDMI||2 USB, Ethernet, and HDMI|
|Computing Platform||Raspberry Pi|
|CPU||700 MHz ARM1176JZF-S core|
|Storage||4GB SD card (2GB free)|
|Operating System||Debian 7 (Raspbian)|
|Power source||100-240VAC adapter|
|Device size||4" x 4" x 5" wide|
Archival grade inkless thermal paper with a 20-year image life
Click on the tabs in the screenshot to see what's in them