Daily Deal: CrowPi Raspberry Pi Accessory Kit

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Immerse yourself in the inventive world of Raspberry Pi with a kit you can take anywhere! Containing a motor, receiver, buttons, and more DIY components, CrowPi makes it easy to dabble in Raspberry Pi and get your feet wet with programming and electronics. Connect your Raspberry Pi, and you can get started with tutorials and components for building a range of different projects. Plus, with the built-in touchscreen and camera, you can even use your kit as a full-on mini computer for enhanced functionality. Get one without a Raspberry Pi board for $199.99 or get one with a board included for $299.99.

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    Darkness Of Course (profile), 25 Jun 2019 @ 12:03pm

    So buy the Pi separate.

    Aren't they aware that Pi is a $35 board?

    Why does it cost $100 to stuff a $35 board into their kit? I'm puzzled.

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    Anonymous Coward, 26 Jun 2019 @ 1:19am

    100 extra $$$ for a $35 board? They don't even manufacture the boards so the gouging is rather blatant on top of the profit they tur from the rest of the kit. A deal this is most definitely not.

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    Anonymous Coward, 26 Jun 2019 @ 1:19am

    100 extra $$$ for a $35 board? They don't even manufacture the boards so the gouging is rather blatant on top of the profit they turn from the rest of the kit. A deal this is most definitely not.

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