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Daily Deal: Complete Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit

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Dive into the world of microcomputers with the Complete Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit. For $120 (55% off), you will receive a Raspberry Pi 3 and a quick start kit which includes an 8 GB SD card with Raspbian OS pre-installed, power cord and various cables to get your Raspberry Pi 3 up and running in no time. You also gain access to 6 courses covering everything from how to automate your home to building robots to parallel programming and more to help you take full advantage of what the Raspberry Pi 3 is capable of. If you already have a Raspberry Pi 2, most of your accessories will work with the 3.


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    Easily Amused (profile), 18 May 2016 @ 1:22pm

    oof...

    so $40 for hardware, $20 for accessories, and $210 of training - which would be inferior to a few minutes of Googling due to the speed this niche moves... then call it 55% off and charge only $120, brilliant!

    You guys can call it the 'cool stuff dept.' if you like, but FFS don't attach the words 'good deal' anywhere near this.

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      Lawrence D’Oliveiro, 18 May 2016 @ 3:07pm

      Re: so $40 for hardware, $20 for accessories, and $210 of training

      For folks who can’t seem to learn anything unless someone walks them through it step-by-step, that would be quite good value.

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    RecycledElectrons (profile), 19 May 2016 @ 12:48pm

    Why include a wifi dongle?

    The Raspberry Pi 3's biggest advantage o er the 2 is its on board WiFi and Bluetooth.

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