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Pi Zero £6.50 delivered @ The Pi Hut

£6.50 @ Thepihut
Back in stock. £4 + £2.50 delivery. Read More
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3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Back in stock.

£4 + £2.50 delivery.
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#1
I am tempted every time by one of these but by the time if only it had built in wifi

more of a heads up than a deal but have some heat anyway
2 Likes #2
StevenBrown
I am tempted every time by one of these but by the time if only it had built in wifi
more of a heads up than a deal but have some heat anyway

some of the cheap RTL8188(..) wifi adapters will work on the rpi

or if you want a challange: https://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/New-Orange-Pi-Zero-H2-Quad-Core-Open-source-512MB-development-board-beyond-Raspberry-Pi/1553371_32761500374.html

no HDMI

https://www.armbian.com/
#3
is this normally this price - 4£ when in stock?

Edited By: diddlypockets on Jan 05, 2017 16:56
#4
yeah its always been £4+post+VAT, comes to about £6.50 - 6.75 from most places.
1 Like #5
diddlypockets
is this normally this price - 4£ when in stock?

Sure is - its more of an FYI post as there is nowhere else that has them in stock. (Only the rpi zero)
1 Like #6
Taylor1892
diddlypockets
is this normally this price - 4£ when in stock?
Sure is - its more of an FYI post as there is nowhere else that has them in stock. (Only the rpi zero)

Thanks for the info! Parking this purchase for later then :)
#7
Does it play Crysis?
5 Likes #8
lockwoodisbored
Does it play Crysis?
No. You could probably program it to type unfunny comments though.
#9
Excellent little device add retropie and you have a perfect little home retro console
#10
Taylor1892
diddlypockets
is this normally this price - 4£ when in stock?
Sure is - its more of an FYI post as there is nowhere else that has them in stock. (Only the rpi zero)
There are two main distributors thepihut.com and pimoroni.com - both in stock, and identical pricing.

https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/raspberry-pi-zero
#11
Redacted for civility.

Edited By: lockwoodisbored on Jan 06, 2017 13:12: Sea-change.
#12
Shame you can still only buy one at a time though. Do they even make more than 50 at a time?
2 Likes #13
Take a look at C.H.I.P (getchip.com)

$9 computer. Wifi . 512MB ram, 4GB onboard flash storage (fast too, pi storage is unbelievably slow). Bluetooth 4.0+
Only issue is it doesn't come with HDMI (comes with a video out cable) but you can get an adapter.

It's pretty much same as a Pi Zero except it has bluetooth and onboard storage.

I have all the Pi's including the Zero and i have a C.H.I.P and I like chip best. Although these days I do most of my stuff with Arduino anyway unless I really want a linux based system / web based use etc.


Edited By: daskapital on Jan 06, 2017 21:01
#14
Am I the only one repulsed by the idea of paying for shipping? It's just bothering me for something so small.
#15
AndrewHu
Am I the only one repulsed by the idea of paying for shipping? It's just bothering me for something so small.

Agreed. Also is 1 per customer. I mean if your willing to pay £2.50 delivery each time...1 per order?
1 Like #16
AndrewHu
Am I the only one repulsed by the idea of paying for shipping? It's just bothering me for something so small.
You must become apoplectic when you need to send a postcard or letter then... (_;)
#17
daskapital
Take a look at C.H.I.P (getchip.com)
$9 computer. Wifi . 512MB ram, 4GB onboard flash storage (fast too, pi storage is unbelievably slow). Bluetooth 4.0+
Only issue is it doesn't come with HDMI (comes with a video out cable) but you can get an adapter.
It's pretty much same as a Pi Zero except it has bluetooth and onboard storage.
I have all the Pi's including the Zero and i have a C.H.I.P and I like chip best. Although these days I do most of my stuff with Arduino anyway unless I really want a linux based system / web based use etc.
What are your thoughts on attempting to get a magi mirror 2 running on a pi zero? Once its up and running would you see an issues with processing power on the pi using any modules?
1 Like #18
umirza85
daskapital
Take a look at C.H.I.P (getchip.com)
$9 computer. Wifi . 512MB ram, 4GB onboard flash storage (fast too, pi storage is unbelievably slow). Bluetooth 4.0+
Only issue is it doesn't come with HDMI (comes with a video out cable) but you can get an adapter.
It's pretty much same as a Pi Zero except it has bluetooth and onboard storage.
I have all the Pi's including the Zero and i have a C.H.I.P and I like chip best. Although these days I do most of my stuff with Arduino anyway unless I really want a linux based system / web based use etc.
What are your thoughts on attempting to get a magi mirror 2 running on a pi zero? Once its up and running would you see an issues with processing power on the pi using any modules?

It would work fine. I've built a magic mirror using a zero and a Pi 1.. they are more or less identical in terms of how much power they have . You don't need a lot of power for a magic mirror. Good luck.
1 Like #19
daskapital
umirza85
daskapital
Take a look at C.H.I.P (getchip.com)
$9 computer. Wifi . 512MB ram, 4GB onboard flash storage (fast too, pi storage is unbelievably slow). Bluetooth 4.0+
Only issue is it doesn't come with HDMI (comes with a video out cable) but you can get an adapter.
It's pretty much same as a Pi Zero except it has bluetooth and onboard storage.
I have all the Pi's including the Zero and i have a C.H.I.P and I like chip best. Although these days I do most of my stuff with Arduino anyway unless I really want a linux based system / web based use etc.
What are your thoughts on attempting to get a magi mirror 2 running on a pi zero? Once its up and running would you see an issues with processing power on the pi using any modules?
It would work fine. I've built a magic mirror using a zero and a Pi 1.. they are more or less identical in terms of how much power they have . You don't need a lot of power for a magic mirror. Good luck.
Thank you very much for this! Spent forever trying to get someone to give me a clear answer. Looking forward to this now :)

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