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Raspberry Pi Type B 512MB Only £25.92 Delivered @ RS

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Few days ago it went hot for 27.97 with voucher code - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/raspberry-pi-type-b-single-board-computer-512mb-only-27-97-delivered-rs-1427163
I found way to order it for 25.92 with FREE delivery without even using voucher code (but it may still work - giving extra -10% making it 23.32 !).

The trick is that instead of ordering it from special page http://raspberrypi.rsdelivers.com You will just need product code from it 756-8308 and paste it in "Quick order" thingy on main page.

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    redondo5
    showing out of stock
    02newmag
    Heat added. Ordered one fine! I was looking at paying the full price about an hour ago so im glad i waited and by coincidence bumped into this post. OOS but says expected to be back in on the 11th, im in no rush.
    smr1
    Says out of stock for me unless I select pick up at counter then it says next day?

    Not that I want one as by the time I buy a case, cables,psu and keyboard I'd probably be better buying a media player.
    JJ69
    Free delivery if your a business, though not sure when it will apply the £4.95 P&P.
    Moscha
    just curious iv seen a few of these on here, what are they and what do they do?
    tek-monkey
    Very small computer.
    brainbug100
    Moscha
    just curious iv seen a few of these on here, what are they and what do they do?


    Rasberry Pi
    Moscha
    oh so like a small teaching computer, got it.
    andoake1
    you dont need to do the quick order thing, its that price now anyway
    Ted Wales
    Yes. It is a small teaching computer but it also runs XBMC very well and can be a proper media centre for a relatively small amount of cash.
    I've got 2. One runs xbmc the other as a basic computer for one of the children. Thinking of sorting one out to use as an ip cam too. They are really rewarding when things go right.
    Jeffers727
    voted hot, ordered, cheers.
    R_C
    ok think I'm finally going to buy one of these as they look pretty cool
    I plan to use just for xbmc
    Before I do can someone tell me...
    Do I need to buy anything else I.e. power supply etc
    Wheres the best site to figure how to set this up as never used Linux etc before
    Can it handle 1080p ok and what is the output for audio, e.g optical or coax

    Thanks alot
    redbiro
    Luv Ras pie
    greg666
    hmm....nearly worth to think about a second one to build a cluster for fun
    Dinth
    R_C: power is supplied from usb port - but if You want to use it for same extreme tasks like decoding big videos, better buy 1500mA USB power supply. You will need also SDHC card - min 4GB, HDMI cable to connect Your TV and optionally WIFI dongle.
    Audio Out is HDMI only, if You want to connect it to 500+pounds amplifier, then buying rPi is waste of money, but for normal purposes audio is ok :)
    JJ69: yep, I get confirmation with free P&P and im private person without any business.
    fishmaster
    R_C
    ok think I'm finally going to buy one of these as they look pretty cool
    I plan to use just for xbmc
    Before I do can someone tell me...
    Do I need to buy anything else I.e. power supply etc
    Wheres the best site to figure how to set this up as never used Linux etc before
    Can it handle 1080p ok and what is the output for audio, e.g optical or coax



    Thanks alot


    A phone or tablet charger with micro usb works.

    You can google the site/s, don't be lazy. If you're wanting to use this as a media center try installing OpenElec.

    It can handle 1080p and there's a 3.5mm audio output.

    Read the info on the Raspberry Pi site.



    Edited By: fishmaster on Jan 01, 2013 20:04
    R_C
    Yeah just doing my research now looks straightforward enough

    One last question. What's the crack with the audio. At the moment I have an optical or coax input into my amp but not sure how I can get it to work with just a 3.5mm jack or hdmi?
    dazednconfewsed
    Dinth
    R_C: Audio Out is HDMI only, if You want to connect it to 500+pounds amplifier, then buying rPi is waste of money, but for normal purposes audio is ok :)


    Unless your 500+pounds amp has HDMI and then this would be perfect, XBMC will put out HD audio over HDMI.
    greg666
    Building a Riak Cluster on Raspberry Pi

    http://basho.com/blog/technical/2012/11/01/rasp-pi-cluster/

    -Greg
    dazednconfewsed
    R_C
    Yeah just doing my research now looks straightforward enough

    One last question. What's the crack with the audio. At the moment I have an optical or coax input into my amp but not sure how I can get it to work with just a 3.5mm jack or hdmi?


    Yea you probably wont be able to, unless your TV has an optical output that you could connect back to your amp.

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