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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    teka, 15 Sep 2016 @ 5:16pm

    Put around sixty bucks worth of hardware into a box. Find something popular, something in the tech news recently.
    Add some ebooks.. the quality of their content is not important.

    "Price" the whole thing at the better part of three hundred dollars, though it never has and never will be sold at that price.

    "Discount" the whole thing to merely twice the cost of the materials included, plus shipping, and congratulate yourself for the amazing deal being offered.

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    Anonymous Coward, 16 Sep 2016 @ 8:55am

    Yeah that is SUCH a lame deal - I put together a cluster of FOUR PI 3 WITH an anker usb hub to power it all for that price!

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