Yes. All you need is a USB-to-MicroB USB cable. Lots of phone charging kits and juice packs come with this cable.
Note: You should really watch my Raspberry Pi Unboxing YouTube video on this page and read the comment thread. This question is answered over and over ad nauseam. Bottom line: Education! You may think “big deal”. It’s under-powered and not Windows compatible, or a Mac. But what you’re missing is that Raspberry Pi marks the passing [...]
You need a micro B USB cable connected to a minimum of a 700mA (milli-amps) 5V power supply. Sounds intimidating? It’s not! This is an unbelievably standard power arrangement for the Raspberry Pi organization to have chosen, and typical of their “open” decisions whenever possible. Got an iPhone or iPad charger? You’ve got the power supply part covered. All [...]
You can run the Raspberry Pi headless, just as you can with nearly any modern computer, making it a logical choice for a very cheap micro server. The trick with the Raspberry Pi is that it does in fact have a high performance VideoCore graphics processing unit (GPU), which theoretically could get turned off, to [...]