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Raspberry Pi pride sticker £1.00 p&p @ The pihut

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Celebrate Pride Month with a free (plus P&P ) rainbow Raspberry Pride sticker. Dimensions: 50x50mm. Maximum order 2. £1 p&p Read More
Celebrate Pride Month with a free (plus P&P ) rainbow Raspberry Pride sticker. Dimensions: 50x50mm. Maximum order 2. £1 p&p
cheeseHead Avatar3d, 7h agoFound 3 days, 7 hours ago11 Comments
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Liberal garbage voted cold.
thelatics
aren't most pi's c installed behind TV's, so these are pointless!


Mines in the closet
aren't most pi's c installed behind TV's, so these are pointless!
If it was a Magnum Pi sticker. Then you may have got some heat op.
https://images.hotukdeals.com/comments/content/kni7P/31268999.jpg
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skykid3
will this make your Pi faster?
No but it may make it more tolerant to unwanted noise

So it's a shield, I thought it was a magnet
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Raspberry Pi Zero W + Essentials Kit - £14.98 Delivered using code - TWITTER20K. Today only @ Thepihut

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Raspberry Pi Zero W with 'essentials kit' Use discount code: TWITTER20K Kit details: 4 x Rubber Feet (To protect your Raspberry Pi Zero) 1 x MiniHDMI > HDMI adapter (to allow the use of sta… Read More
Raspberry Pi Zero W with 'essentials kit' Use discount code: TWITTER20K Kit details: 4 x Rubber Feet (To protect your Raspberry Pi Zero) 1 x MiniHDMI > HDMI adapter (to allow the use of sta…
z80 Avatar2m, 5d agoFound 2 months, 5 days ago21 Comments
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bma1445
I actually needed a couple of header pin sets, so I've ordered the kit.

Really annoying that you can't order more than one per transaction (I'm assuming because the profit is limited so they make it up with the postage fee).

I think the postage is £2.50.
The problem is to do with the profit, but more connected to the availability of production capacity in Wales as the production lines give more time to making the Pi3B and other things for the distribution partners, these have a higher profit margin.
Because of the limited production time available for Zero they have been in short supply and so RPF decreed a 1 per purchase constraint in an attempt to get them spread round more fairly.
Spaz
I know zip about these, would this be a good starter for a 10 year old to learn on?

For a 10 year old a Pi3B would be a better option. Quite a bit more expensive (£30ish), but more responsive.
People tend to put zeros into projects rather than using them interactively.
OMG I wouldn't want that going on while I am trying to watch TV.
callum84
b1g1an
It's effectively £2.90 for the extra bits, £12.10 with postage from elsewhere. If you need them it's a good price if you don't it isn't.
For a Zero W it's debatable whether you'd use the extra, out of any of the Pis, particularly now with the built in wifi, this one is most likely going to be used headless buried away somewhere doing a specific purpose and you can solder everything direct to gpio including power.
I have one behind my tv running my ambilight, never likely to touch it again unless it dies. Only thing I ever plugged into it apart from the sd card obviously, was power just to set it up in the first place and you don't need an adaptor for that.
Would love an ambilight setup but wouldnt know where to start.
See loads of projects out there, what one did you use?

I'm using Hyperion, my set up is quite simple as i only want the full light experience when watching Blu-rays which i do through Kodi and the rest of the time i want a static subtle light as you get from traditional backlights. Personally think it's too much for normal TV watching but if you want that you'll get into cobbling hdmi convertors and image grabbers together which can be fraught with problems.

The guide on Hyperion's site makes basic set up sound overly complicated but there are some simple guides on YouTube, look for the most recent ones as Hyperion is open source and therefore ever changing, Great Scott's latest using a zero w isn't bad.

Two tips, make sure you get a hefty power supply, at least 20A for 5m strip, will run you about £13 from Amazon, no cheaper direct from China, and spend the extra to get APA102 60/m LEDs, much less likely to have any issues setting them up, colour accuracy is better and effects are smoother, the will run you £30-40 from Aliexpress or silly money if you buy locally. Make sure you tap the power in at several places to avoid patchy colour.

Ignore the shaky start butthisgives you a decent idea of what's possible...

https://youtube.com/watch?v=T2AFUlOyQ7g
Thanks for posting this. I had a Pi Zero W and a couple of spare 40 pin headers in my basket there from earlier today. Glad I spotted this and saved a few £ :)
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250GB Western Digital PiDrive - Foundation Edition - £23.50 with delivery at thepihut

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£21 + 2.50 for delivery With a low profile design, the USB flash drive device gives you the storage you need in a compact and portable device. The USB Flash drive easily fits into the USB ports of Read More
£21 + 2.50 for delivery With a low profile design, the USB flash drive device gives you the storage you need in a compact and portable device. The USB Flash drive easily fits into the USB ports of
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Raspberry Pi zero W (BUILT IN WIFI BLUETOOTH) - £12.10 Delivered @ The Pi Hut

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5th anniversary update £9.60 + £2.50 Now with WiFi! Not to be mistaken with the standard Raspberry Pi Zero, this new model has WiFi and Bluetooth built in! Raspberry Pi Zero W (Wireless) Details… Read More
5th anniversary update £9.60 + £2.50 Now with WiFi! Not to be mistaken with the standard Raspberry Pi Zero, this new model has WiFi and Bluetooth built in! Raspberry Pi Zero W (Wireless) Details…
mrcyco Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago152 Comments
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Anyone else find the Pi slow as hell when using the latest version of Rasbian. e.g. chromium maxes out the processor and can barely load a webpage.
laki
I got the aerial you recommend and now I can track planes to may hearts content, thanks :)

Make sure you register your device with FlightAware to get the upgraded membership (Valued at £80/m or something!).

Edited By: CDR on Mar 14, 2017 20:39
CDR
laki
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bigbak
Bummer. I've got 3 of the old type I still haven't used.
I've got 3 of the Pi2's and 1 of the Zero's..
Only have 2 running at the minute - one running PiHole, blocking adverts from all internet connected devices on my network and one running an ADSB receiver, providing updates to flightware for flight tracking purposes..
I recommend pihole to stop adverts when browsing for sure, and it also stops adverts in games on phones etc.https://s2.postimg.org/e3fh6czat/Capture.png
What software aerial did you use? I used a dvb aerial off ebay and cant get it work :(
I use the same, but it has to be a specific chipset - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/272267647631 is mine and http://uk.flightaware.com/adsb/piaware/build for the instructions. Let me know if you're struggling and I can try and help.
I got the aerial you recommend and now I can track planes to may hearts content, thanks :)
does this not have the pins, to connect directly into a LCD display, instead of through the HDMI?
It's fine for octopi so long as you don't use the camera live.
I found viewing the live camera caused 3d prints to stutter on pi zero, no issues on pi3.
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Pi Zero £6.50 delivered @ The Pi Hut

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Back in stock. £4 + £2.50 delivery. Read More
Back in stock. £4 + £2.50 delivery.
Taylor1892 Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago19 Comments
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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 :)
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.
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?
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... (_;)
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?
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Raspberry Pi 2 B £20.00 @ The Pi Hut

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Raspberry Pi 2 B end of line stock. Great price for ARMv7 compatibility before the rumoured Pi 2 B+ (ARMv8) is released. Read More
Raspberry Pi 2 B end of line stock. Great price for ARMv7 compatibility before the rumoured Pi 2 B+ (ARMv8) is released.
riscosbits Avatar8m, 4w agoFound 8 months, 4 weeks ago5 Comments
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Raspberry Pi 2 B end of line stock. Great price for ARMv7 compatibility before the rumoured Pi 2 B+ (ARMv8) is released.

Now sold out.
p.s. the Raspberry Pi 3 (which came out last Feb) is Arm v8
terayon00
How can you send a text to your customers using this device. I need it for my business
Not something I've tried myself, but interesting info that might help in this article:
https://pi.gate.ac.uk/pages/notipi.html
How can you send a text to your customers using this device. I need it for my business
bkpatel
Can this stream hd movies. The first pi lags?
Thanks in advance
Yes.
Can this stream hd movies. The first pi lags?
Thanks in advance
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Raspberry Pi 3 - Model B [thepihut] - £29.50 Delivered

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Amazing news today! 10,000,000 Raspberry Pis have been sold! To celebrate, PiHUT offering 10% OFF the Raspberry Pi 3 - Model B today! (ends at midnight tonight 8th Sept 2016) Read More
Amazing news today! 10,000,000 Raspberry Pis have been sold! To celebrate, PiHUT offering 10% OFF the Raspberry Pi 3 - Model B today! (ends at midnight tonight 8th Sept 2016)
dariobudimir Avatar9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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£28.99 on amazon
It does appear to be the delivered price yes
Is that delivered?
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Kodi Edition Raspberry Pi Aluminium Case - £16.00 @ The Pi Hut

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Won't be for everybody but the combination of an aluminium housing, cool Kodi logo, slot in a few seconds assembly and special edition run might make it worth the money to some. A percentage of eve… Read More
Won't be for everybody but the combination of an aluminium housing, cool Kodi logo, slot in a few seconds assembly and special edition run might make it worth the money to some. A percentage of eve…
reddit Avatar10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago9 Comments
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If I didn't already have a nice case I would buy it, just to support Kodi for all the good work they have done, so its hot from me.
Sure, you can get cheaper perspex cases if you like, but this is a nice case.
And what so cold about it?
I have one of the earlier version of this. Same shape just without the branding. Its a nice case and the Pi CPU is physically attached to the case via a silicon pad. This turns the whole case into a heatsink.
Worth a look especially if you have the Pi 3 which can have thermal issues.
Reigan
So not worth it just get a good case and kodi sticker.

That is an option.
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Raspberry Pi Zero in stock - 6.50 delivered @ The Pi Hut

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Back in stock - £4 for the device and £2.50 shipping Read More
Back in stock - £4 for the device and £2.50 shipping
felfel Avatar1y, 3d agoFound 1 year, 3 days ago5 Comments
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back in stock again
Looks like the one unit per customer limit has been removed too
Pretty cheap! :D
Thanks OP, been waiting ages for stock. Kept missing other releases
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Raspberry Pi Zero £6.50 delivered @ The Pi Hut

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Back in stock, same deal as Pimoroni few days ago - £4 for the device and £2.50 shipping Read More
Back in stock, same deal as Pimoroni few days ago - £4 for the device and £2.50 shipping
kudli Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago3 Comments
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Make you laugh really they know this is going to be very popular and yet they have run out already with-in a few hours you would think they would buy 100s more because they will sell at that price.
Oos
Apparently put stock up today because packing staff are off thursday ?
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Pi Zero back in stock £6.50 delivered @ PiHut

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Raspberry Pi Zero back in stock, fulfilling now! Read More
Raspberry Pi Zero back in stock, fulfilling now!
phox Avatar1y, 2w agoFound 1 year, 2 weeks ago14 Comments
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If you're setting up a pi with retropie then just go with the Pi 3 instead of the zero, it's so much more powerful.
It can easily play most PSX games you throw at it, N64 is a bit hit or miss though.
Anything below PSX emulates well though.
I don't think there are any emulators that handle n64 stuff well. Not a problem with the pi, just the software. I think gamecube is out of reach.
Can anyone tell me if the 'essentials' kit is good value for money. I fancy a small summer project of making a retro console. Thanks.
In the long run its so much cheaper to do it yourself as you will end up replacing lots of parts, I found the kits have all cheaper parts, I got crappy wireless case wasnt best fit etc..
cost a bit more to begin with but now have a decent Retro Gaming Pii.
Thanks. Is the Zero the best value for money? Can the b+ handle GameCube and ps2 gen stuff? Thanks mate.

Another option is the Odroid-XU4 or Odroid-XU3,some footage of emulation here
Thanks mate.
Can anyone tell me if the 'essentials' kit is good value for money. I fancy a small summer project of making a retro console. Thanks.
In the long run its so much cheaper to do it yourself as you will end up replacing lots of parts, I found the kits have all cheaper parts, I got crappy wireless case wasnt best fit etc..
cost a bit more to begin with but now have a decent Retro Gaming Pii.
Thanks. Is the Zero the best value for money? Can the b+ handle GameCube and ps2 gen stuff? Thanks mate.

Think the best the B+ can handle is N64 stuff and then its not 100% although its very very good at PSone.
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Raspberry Pi Zero in stock @ thepihut £6.50 Delivered

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You should all know what these are by now. The Pi Zero is back in stock for the cheap price of £6.50 including postage. Back in stock as of 2016-06-08 19:22 - phox Read More
You should all know what these are by now. The Pi Zero is back in stock for the cheap price of £6.50 including postage. Back in stock as of 2016-06-08 19:22 - phox
greekmick Avatar1y, 2w agoFound 1 year, 2 weeks ago40 Comments
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Saying these are £4 is disingenuous. You cannot buy them without paying £2.50 postage
Are you new to the internet ? It's not £2.50 postage per item, it's per order.
Been wondering what the hype about PiZero is? Must be the price? It's got the power of the 1st gen Pi which is now slower for what most ppl end up using it for (kodi etc) and doesn't have an Ethernet port so can't be used for PiHole. It needs a load of adopters/converters sticking out of it to do most things too. I guess Zero is for people who really want to program on em!?
It's the incredibly low price making the board embeddable, you won't need all the adapters for a specific project
They are releasing another batch at 19:00 tonight as well so keep a look out. Must have quite a few as been in stock since 09:00 this morning and only just run out.

thanks for this - managed to get one at 7pm thanks to you
Been wondering what the hype about PiZero is? Must be the price? It's got the power of the 1st gen Pi which is now slower for what most ppl end up using it for (kodi etc) and doesn't have an Ethernet port so can't be used for PiHole. It needs a load of adopters/converters sticking out of it to do most things too. I guess Zero is for people who really want to program on em!?
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Raspberry Pi Zero Back in Stock £4 + Shipping from £2.50 @ The Pi Hut £6.50

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Back in stock now, even the standalone £4 version! Stock didn't last more than a day last time so dive in! Shipping from £2.50 on my order. Must add - 1 per customer again. Read More
Back in stock now, even the standalone £4 version! Stock didn't last more than a day last time so dive in! Shipping from £2.50 on my order. Must add - 1 per customer again.
Xabi82 Avatar1y, 3w agoFound 1 year, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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Changed Link so it goes to pi only for £4 - Thanks 3scoops
Select single unit in the drop down. I've ordered one to build an ip camera. Thanks OP :)
£27 from link
bought one from pimoroni and 1 from pi hut. can build the projects i was working on now
Ordered a spare..the happy man
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BBC micro:bit - Starter Kit Preorder - £15.00 + £2.50 p&p @ Pihut

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The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that you can code, customize and control to bring your digital ideas, games and apps to life. Starter Kit Contents: micro:bit MicroUSB cable Batter… Read More
The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that you can code, customize and control to bring your digital ideas, games and apps to life. Starter Kit Contents: micro:bit MicroUSB cable Batter…
dealowl2014 Avatar1y, 3w agoFound 1 year, 3 weeks ago74 Comments
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Hot ;)

maxmix
OSX is for people who only need to write emails or use Photoshop, not for coding :D
could be an interesting project to plug it into one of my pis

also, if it helps to offset the cost of educating tomorrows developers then im all for that


Edited By: R37R0 on Jun 02, 2016 21:42: Details
It would be better to just pull that dusty BBC microcomputer out of the loft and give the kids that. I know which I'd prefer.
lol Assembly on the 6502 and 68000. Most people I know (and myself) have done it.

The pi's are great for kids to mess about on and they will learn a few things. I'm unsure about the microbit though. Seems like the BBC want to jump on the bangwagon. Hope it turns out better than their tech journalism.
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Raspberry Pi Zero £6.50 Delivered BACK IN STOCK @ Thepihut

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Raspberry Pi Zero@£4 BACK IN STOCK only 1 per customer £2.50 delivery Read More
Raspberry Pi Zero@£4 BACK IN STOCK only 1 per customer £2.50 delivery
bmwm2011 Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago47 Comments
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Latest pi zero now has camera port
Do people actually do anything with these or just buy them?
Today, I maked this, just for you! ;)Video of a Pi-driven scrolling LED matrix display!
Now I'm sure it'll work, I've got another two matrix boards coming to play with. :) The stuff in the background is a hacked aerial and a Digital TV dongle that are receiving local airplane details and uploading it to the internet (get the Pi doing some crowd-sourcing work whilst it's otherwise not being used much at the moment.)
Can't decide whether to make the display give the latest breaking news as it arrives, or get it facing the street and working as a hand-wave operated Shakespearean-insult machine!:D
xxx
I wasn't sure if people did anything with these other than buy them because they are cheap and usually hard to get. But it's awesome to see them being used to do cool and innovative stuff. Thanks for the mention in the video. I strongly vote for the hand-wave operated Shakespearean-insult machine :) It being his anniversary and all. Can't let David Mitchell have all the fun ;)

Oooooo, good idea. Forgot about the anniversary! :) xxx
Do people actually do anything with these or just buy them?
Today, I maked this, just for you! ;)Video of a Pi-driven scrolling LED matrix display!
Now I'm sure it'll work, I've got another two matrix boards coming to play with. :) The stuff in the background is a hacked aerial and a Digital TV dongle that are receiving local airplane details and uploading it to the internet (get the Pi doing some crowd-sourcing work whilst it's otherwise not being used much at the moment.)
Can't decide whether to make the display give the latest breaking news as it arrives, or get it facing the street and working as a hand-wave operated Shakespearean-insult machine!:D
xxx
I wasn't sure if people did anything with these other than buy them because they are cheap and usually hard to get. But it's awesome to see them being used to do cool and innovative stuff. Thanks for the mention in the video. I strongly vote for the hand-wave operated Shakespearean-insult machine :) It being his anniversary and all. Can't let David Mitchell have all the fun ;)

I really like David MItchell, but what the hell was Victoria Coren thinking marrying him?
Do people actually do anything with these or just buy them?
Today, I maked this, just for you! ;)Video of a Pi-driven scrolling LED matrix display!
Now I'm sure it'll work, I've got another two matrix boards coming to play with. :) The stuff in the background is a hacked aerial and a Digital TV dongle that are receiving local airplane details and uploading it to the internet (get the Pi doing some crowd-sourcing work whilst it's otherwise not being used much at the moment.)
Can't decide whether to make the display give the latest breaking news as it arrives, or get it facing the street and working as a hand-wave operated Shakespearean-insult machine!:D
xxx
I wasn't sure if people did anything with these other than buy them because they are cheap and usually hard to get. But it's awesome to see them being used to do cool and innovative stuff. Thanks for the mention in the video. I strongly vote for the hand-wave operated Shakespearean-insult machine :) It being his anniversary and all. Can't let David Mitchell have all the fun ;)
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Raspberry Pi Zero +16gb essentils kit £20.75 thepihut

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in stock at the moment
praevalens Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago5 Comments
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Production of zeros was restarted this week, apparently a new revision with a mystery new feature added.
Zero left...
It was only a box of 200x pi zero apparently - not a new shipment.
wow, that didn't last long!

keep an eye on this site, it's what i used and managed to get one

http://whereismypizero.com/
oos for me?
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Raspberry Pi Zero Back in Stock! £4.25 (£2.50 P&P) @ Thepihut (Zero only , not the kit) £6.75

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Raspberry Pi has just gone back in stock at the Pi Hut, £4.25 + £2.50 Read More
Raspberry Pi has just gone back in stock at the Pi Hut, £4.25 + £2.50
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jamgin
Somebody got a hundred and put um straight on EBay I bet.
1 per customer...

One hundred people got them and put um straight on EBay I bet.
jamgin
Somebody got a hundred and put um straight on EBay I bet.
1 per customer...
Somebody got a hundred and put um straight on EBay I bet.
One day.
Sold Out... One day i'll get my Pi and eat it! =(
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Raspberry Pi 3 £30.00 @ The Pi Hut

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The Raspberry Pi just got juicer! Now with a Quad-Core 64bit CPU, WiFi & Bluetooth! The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B is the third generation Raspberry Pi. This powerful credit-card sized single board com… Read More
The Raspberry Pi just got juicer! Now with a Quad-Core 64bit CPU, WiFi & Bluetooth! The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B is the third generation Raspberry Pi. This powerful credit-card sized single board com…
wavefront Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago115 Comments
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The pi is pretty good for its compatibility and low cost ,and not only are there plenty of USB ports ,but also the pi owns built-in wi-fi and bluetooth connection.We now have three ways to connect the pi with other devices;2.4G USB , wifi and bluetooth ,so a mini wireless (bluetooth)keyboard such as ipazzport (with high quality and low cost )or logitech(classic but a bit too expensive)is enough .There is not necessary,I think , to have to turn to kodi just for a remote.

Worth noting if using HDMI to a modern TV the TV remote may control Kodi when switched the the RP HDMI .
The arrows, OK, and Back buttons normally work which is fine for simple tasks. For setup a keyboard (any USB wire unit will do though wireless is nice) or KORE (Andriod App) is excellent as you can cut and paste repo names / URL etc...
The pi is pretty good for its compatibility and low cost ,and not only are there plenty of USB ports ,but also the pi owns built-in wi-fi and bluetooth connection.We now have three ways to connect the pi with other devices;2.4G USB , wifi and bluetooth ,so a mini wireless (bluetooth)keyboard such as ipazzport (with high quality and low cost )or logitech(classic but a bit too expensive)is enough .There is not necessary,I think , to have to turn to kodi just for a remote.
ian47
Is the audio out any better out of the headphone jack or do you still need a dac?
I did read there was a big improvement in the firmware for sound quality (which should apply to all pi)
https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=136445
I'm running Kodi on both RASPBERRY PI MODEL A+ 256mb and RASPBERRY PI MODEL B 512mb
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ian47
Is the audio out any better out of the headphone jack or do you still need a dac?
Use the HDMI out and connect to an External Decoder (AV Amp etc)
Or presumably you could use a USB dongle.
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Pi Zero + Essentials kit In Stock - £12.75 delivered @ The Pi Hut

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Raspberry Pi Zero in stock at the pi hut, be quick though. EDIT : the £4.25 single pi zero has sold out now but it is available with the essentials kit still. Read More
Raspberry Pi Zero in stock at the pi hut, be quick though. EDIT : the £4.25 single pi zero has sold out now but it is available with the essentials kit still.
uktradingonline Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago34 Comments
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I ran Kodi on pi2, sound cuts off for less than a second once in a while. anyone here with a solution?
Never experienced this myself. When you say "Kodi" how are you running it?OpenELEC is rock solid on the Pi2 but unless you overclock can lag a smidgen.
OpenElec with default settings, pi2 not overclocked

Pi2 should be fine even not overclocked, overclocking is only really necessary with heavy eye candy skins such as Titan.
OrribleHarry
danpetre
I ran Kodi on pi2, sound cuts off for less than a second once in a while. anyone here with a solution?
Never experienced this myself. When you say "Kodi" how are you running it?
OpenELEC is rock solid on the Pi2 but unless you overclock can lag a smidgen.
OpenElec with default settings, pi2 not overclocked
reddragon105
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Got one, told a friend, friend went to order, out of stock! Feeling pretty lucky (and a bit smug) right now. Been trying to get one of these since launch to go in my coffee machine.
ohhh, i thought they would sell out fast, it can still be ordered with the essentials kit if your friend needed the adapters ect too, i think pimoroni and pi hut will be getting stock on alternate weeks, i read it on raspberry pi forums some where
Thanks for the heads up! I didn't bother looking at the bundles as I've already got cable adapters and can easily pick up some GPIO headers cheaply.


forsh07
just got the essentials. Cheers op. anyone got any project suggestions?
What are you into? A popular use for these seems to be getting a cheap SNES controller or something and installing the Pi Zero inside so that you can run emulators with just the controller plugged into your TV. Personally, I'm going to install it in my coffee machine so that it does something like this - https://wearespindle.com/articles/coffee-with-pi

And there are more ideas here -
https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/pi-zero-projects/

And here -
https://www.hackster.io/raspberry-pi/products/raspberry-pi-zero


thanks for the reply.
im not looking to do anything useful with this. just want a project so i have something proper to work on. looking to try my hand at some code again after many years. i used to enjoy programming a 6502 in assembler.
Everything is sold out.
tempt
Anyone tried Kodi on this?

Not on this one but on the other model. Was a tad slow though.
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Raspberry Pi Zero back in stock now (9am and 7pm Wed 24th Feb) £4.25 + £2.50 p&p @ ThePiHut £6.75

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From thepihut email: It's back! We're ready to launch our next batch of Raspberry Pi Zeros into the wild! We recently launched a poll on Twitter to see what time you wanted us to make the stock Read More
From thepihut email: It's back! We're ready to launch our next batch of Raspberry Pi Zeros into the wild! We recently launched a poll on Twitter to see what time you wanted us to make the stock
michaelu Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago11 Comments
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Back in stock. Just got one, cheers OP.
Just got one at 7pm thanks :)
Can someone unexpire this? There will be another batch of stock coming in at 7pm today.
Thanks, I finally got one :D
Danze1984
I keep meaning to get one of these, a broken N64 and fashioning it into some sort of emulator, but then I realise I'm far too lazy.

If you want to emulate an N64 you'll be needing the Raspberry Pi 2
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