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Nilfisk C130 1-6 XTRA Pressure Washer @ Farnell element14 £134.98

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A compact 130 bar high pressure washer for all types of cleaning tasks. Sturdy and robust design Aluminium pump Automatic start/stop Click & Clean nozzle system 1700W Motor Integrated storag… Read More
A compact 130 bar high pressure washer for all types of cleaning tasks. Sturdy and robust design Aluminium pump Automatic start/stop Click & Clean nozzle system 1700W Motor Integrated storag…
markdavey1972 Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago6 Comments
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Wow, it's chilly in here... if someone can find it cheaper please let me know as am going to purchase it tomorrow otherwise.
I'm sure the pumps on the nilfisk are Aluminium as opposed to plastic on karcher. Also the flow rate is more on nilfisk. Nilfisk all the way for me
Wonder if anyone has an opinion whether this would be the better buy or whether the Karcher K4 that was posted today would trump it... http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/karcher-k4-premium-home-pressure-washer-149-99-wickes-2636634

I am genuinely interested in opinion:
Still a good price - thanks for posting. Will have a think but may well purchase myself.
I have no idea how the £112 price got into the description as I didn't put it there so have now amended. It is £112 Excl VAT so is £134ish Inc VAT and delivery

Edited By: markdavey1972 on Mar 16, 2017 15:39
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Raspberry Pi 2 for sale now £29.93 @ Farnell

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Meet Our Newest Member The NEW Raspberry Pi 2 6X Faster - Experience the new Quad Core Broadcom 2836 processor with the Raspberry Pi 2 Next Generation Technology - Benefit from ARMv7 More Memory -… Read More
Meet Our Newest Member The NEW Raspberry Pi 2 6X Faster - Experience the new Quad Core Broadcom 2836 processor with the Raspberry Pi 2 Next Generation Technology - Benefit from ARMv7 More Memory -…
jpxdude Avatar2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago239 Comments
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I can confirm that Robotron: 2084 is playable with both joysticks and is just as insane and intense as i remember it (And i'm just as bad at it as i always was!!)

Will be finishing the build this weekend and posting some pics / videos of the completed item, then its for sale while i build another (For no other reason than i enjoyed building and learning so much!)

Chris
Chillimonster
lumsdot
If you can get robotron on it , would run grest with the two joysticjs. I.e one for move and one for fire direction
Will give it a try - like you say if it will work with the two joysticks it should be awesome!!

Yep best game ever from 80s, plus sound is amazing.
Robotron 2048
lumsdot
If you can get robotron on it , would run grest with the two joysticjs. I.e one for move and one for fire direction


Will give it a try - like you say if it will work with the two joysticks it should be awesome!!
If you can get robotron on it , would run grest with the two joysticjs. I.e one for move and one for fire direction
Nice. I'd be interested in some guide for doing an arcade machine like that.
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60W SOLDERING STATION 60W £33.05 @ Farnell

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I've been looking for a reasonable (cheap!) soldering station for a while, and this seems pretty good for the price - temp controlled, ESD protection. FEOCT10 gives 10% off today only, free next-day Read More
I've been looking for a reasonable (cheap!) soldering station for a while, and this seems pretty good for the price - temp controlled, ESD protection. FEOCT10 gives 10% off today only, free next-day
trogggy Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago37 Comments
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F2OCT10 works today

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/7566945/solder.JPG
I am actually considering to buy a Hakko FX888D-17BY but they are quite difficult to get in the UK.

http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/ODY5WDE2MDA=/z/31QAAMXQ855RqLjB/$T2eC16J,!)8E9s4l5-79BRqLjBWSLg~~60_57.JPG
RustySpoons
I use a Weller WSD81 which is a cracking iron, but this should be a fantastic iron for the money! Might get one to save me swapping tips over and keep the Weller for sensitive stuff.
You won't make any mistake with Weller or Ersa but for occasionally use just too expensive.
cheers op. been looking to upgrade my little 18w antex for a while.

8% cashback with TCB
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0scar222
how temperature control works ?
. The controller measures the resistance of the element during "off" cycles. The resistance of the element changes with temperature. As the element has little mass, it has little thermal inertia and quickly cools to the temperature of the bit during an "off" cycle. As it gets near the set temperature, the zero-crossing controller increases the number of "off" cycles, giving more time for the temperature to equalise and thus more accurate temperature measurement. It will get less accurate the larger the demand - but generally great temperature accuracy isn't needed when soldering big lumps of metal..

thanks for that wandered how it worked
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Beagleboard Black 1GHz Microcomputer - £37.19 - Farnell (ORDER CODE: 2291620)

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TWICE AS FAST AS A RASPBERRY PI ! OVER 90 GPIO CONNECTIONS! Processor: AM335x 1GHz ARM® Cortex-A8 512MB DDR3 RAM 2GB 8-bit eMMC on-board flash storage 3D graphics accelerator NEON fl… Read More
TWICE AS FAST AS A RASPBERRY PI ! OVER 90 GPIO CONNECTIONS! Processor: AM335x 1GHz ARM® Cortex-A8 512MB DDR3 RAM 2GB 8-bit eMMC on-board flash storage 3D graphics accelerator NEON fl…
ewwaxo Avatar3y, 10m agoFound 3 years, 10 months ago82 Comments
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just to browse the web, the BBB is fast with default Angstrome Chrome and GNOME interface
echo none > /sys/class/leds/beaglebone\:green\:usr0/trigger


best gist ever.
ansalmo
smileypete
What would be good is to have all 3 of the following:

Cheap - up to £50 or so, £10 more even for USB3 or SATA
Powerful - CPU at least as good as a mid range tablet
Capable - full HD with driver support, USB3/SATA ideally

So far what we have is:

Pi - gutless CPU
Beaglebone - weak GPU, no full HD
Odroid - single source, too expensive

I really hope/wish the Pi folk are working on a good follow up and not going to do a 'Sinclair'. :|

How about the Olinuxino A20? Dual-core ARM A7 with dual-core Mali 400 GPU, onboard SATA, full HD, 55 euros (65 euros with 4GB onboard flash). Debian and Android images at the wiki.

Thanks for that, had a look at that and also found out about the A20 based Cubieboard 2, similar but can be had for £47 on Ebay or a bit less direct, plus case:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Cubieboard-Upgrade-Version-A20-Dual-core-Board-More-Powerful-Than-Raspberry-PI-/330957333785
http://store.r0ck.me/products/cubieboard2
http://store.r0ck.me/products/a-simple-case

I would go for the Cubieboard 2 right now more or less, but may wait instead for the new CubieTruck, which also will have Gbit ethernet, 2GB RAM, VGA, SPDIF and cost $89:

http://cubieboard.org/2013/09/14/cubietruck-is-put-into-trial-production/

Also there's been recent good progress on native drivers for the Allwinner A10/A20. If these boards can get XBMC with full HW video then they definitely tick all the right boxes for me, I can see them being quite popular. :)



Edited By: smileypete on Sep 17, 2013 15:53: Added a bit.
italoarmstrong
my beagle board arrived today... shoved Ubuntu 13.04 on it... Its running like a dream :) noticeably faster than the PI... a little more fiddly though.

didnt find it fiddly at all.

in fact I liked how you can connect to a pc, and then use the built in angstrom distro right out the box. even has some tutorials on it.

went here: http://www.armhf.com/

and got debian on it with very little fuss.

echo none > /sys/class/leds/beaglebone\:green\:usr0/trigger

to turn off the heartbeat LED.

good bit of kit.
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Raspberry Pi Camera Module, 5MP - £19.87 @ element14/Farnell (Tcb 5% - CPC Website link in comments)

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The Raspberry Pi Camera Module is custom designed add-on for Raspberry Pi. It attaches to Raspberry Pi by way of one of the small sockets on the board upper surface. This interface uses the dedicate… Read More
The Raspberry Pi Camera Module is custom designed add-on for Raspberry Pi. It attaches to Raspberry Pi by way of one of the small sockets on the board upper surface. This interface uses the dedicate…
stealthx Avatar4y, 2m agoFound 4 years, 2 months ago38 Comments
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Got mine yesterday. Back in stock @farnell
Is there a user-friendly GUI available for using this as an IP cam?
David23
So overpriced, just like the Pi itself, they promised it would be so cheap when they were developing it then it arrived and was like £40

They promised $25 ex vat and that's how much it costs - £20 inc VAT delivered from CPC:
http://cpc.farnell.com/jsp/bespoke/bespoke7.jsp?bespokepage=cpc/en_CC/makerspace/raspberrypi.html&CMP=NLem3
David23
So overpriced, just like the Pi itself, they promised it would be so cheap when they were developing it then it arrived and was like £40.... what a joke, plus most ended up chucked in draws when people found they couldn't be bothered to deal with it and the fad had worn off. This camera costs like £2 to produce and they want this kinda money for it! plus its a pain to use.
The Raspberry hardware is intended for intelligent people to learn about computers.

You didn't learn anything.

This product is not for you, go back to buying consumer electronics that come with instruction manuals.
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RASPBERRY - PI MODEL B - 512MB £29.95 @ Farnell

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Order 10 or more to get a discount: Qty Price 1 - 9 £29.95(inc. VAT) £24.96(ex. VAT) 10 - 24 Read More
Order 10 or more to get a discount: Qty Price 1 - 9 £29.95(inc. VAT) £24.96(ex. VAT) 10 - 24
WilliamHSs Avatar4y, 6m agoFound 4 years, 6 months ago16 Comments
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misiekmati
Waste of money, better buy smart 3d tv. raspbarry is for who needs time to play with tv and get upsed because keyboard and actualy connection to internet.

so who is this raspbarry. i agree he must have been drunk while typing this.

Now while i agree its an amazing device for those with the time, and for media its also great (wack a microsoft mce receiver on it and your golden), ive voted cold as this isnt a deal, they have always been this price.
Does it come with all DLC maps, and is it backwards compatible with N64 carts?
It's clear that those posting negative comments don't know what this is.
dcx_badass
£31.50 delivered with a case is what I got, much better value and guaranteed a UK Sony made one instead of chinese.http://cpc.farnell.com/raspberry-pi/cased-raspbrry-pcba-512mb/cased-raspberry-pi-model-b-512mb/dp/SC12831?Ntt=SC12831
That's a good deal, I'd vote that one hot.
Some lessons in constructing a sentence that makes sense on any level might be a better investment than a smart tv. Cpc are now doing the pi with a case for just a couple of quid more by the way.
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Raspberry PI Model B £29.95 Del. (next day despatch) @ Farnell

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The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer board that plugs into a TV and a keyboard. It’s a miniature ARM-based PC which can be used for many of the things that a desktop PC does, like spreadsh… Read More
The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer board that plugs into a TV and a keyboard. It’s a miniature ARM-based PC which can be used for many of the things that a desktop PC does, like spreadsh…
scotty220 Avatar4y, 10m agoFound 4 years, 10 months ago123 Comments
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I ordered 2 Raspberry Pi's back in Feb '12 one from Farnell and one from RS. I got my Model B form Farnell about August (with the free tshirt) and just got my RS Model B 2 days ago! Make of that what you will...
nadnerb
Lippo999

Just spent £150 on an Apple TV 2 and jailbroke it - I wonder if this will do the same job for £30?
It certainly will. I believe in some respects the Raspberry Pi is actually better (it can play 1080p with DTS 5.1)

You were right - this is pound for pound MUCH better than the ATV2.

Currently have mine working with Openelec (also tried Xbian which is good as well), bought a Rii keyboard, found that my old Cyberlink IR works very well with it as well, XBMC Commander on iPhone/Ipad also does the job, bought a 16gb class 10 SD card (you don't need anything above 8gb though), bought a cheap wifi dongle (Realtek 8188C chipset) and a nice case for it. It's so good I might buy another, they're that cheap. When they come back in stock, that is.
lead time 24 days, will wait
stil waiting


Edited By: Pspvita on Oct 04, 2012 15:34
I have still not received mine from nearly two weeks ago since it was despatched.
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Raspberry Pi (Model B) - £29.46 @ element14 Farnell (expected delivery within 5 weeks.)

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Open to orders again! This is including tax and shipping. Shipping also covers additional accessories. RS online expected delivery 11 weeks, element14 expected delivery 5 weeks. Read More
Open to orders again! This is including tax and shipping. Shipping also covers additional accessories. RS online expected delivery 11 weeks, element14 expected delivery 5 weeks.
MitchellT Avatar5y, 1w agoFound 5 years, 1 week ago280 Comments
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how much command line stuff are you going to teach a kid?

enter how many apples ? 6
how much does an apple cost ? 12p

total cost of apples = (brings up calculator) 72p

after that. you're going to have to teach them GUI stuff, as thats the norm nowadays.

Is that all you can think of? Seriously?

There is so much more to that, I wonder if Samba is just cacluating the cost of apples? Maybe oranges too, all that code there must be more than just apples, surely?


If everyone devloped in GUIs we would have no one to do some of the largest and most important development there is.

Stupid routers... and their firmware, they're a bit behind the time, we need GUI developers to move things forward...

agree router gui's are so 1990
Also how many RasPi users have just used a spare android phone / samsung cable they had lying around and is it worth not ordering the adapter and just taking this route?
visitorx
To

Connect to WiFi u need a USB wireless dongle but u need a script and a bit research how to enable it

Have no clue about your second question although I have tested raspxbmc and found it adequate to play movies one thing which

[quote=visitorx]To

Connect to WiFi u need a USB wireless dongle but u need a script and a bit research how to enable it

Have no clue about your second question although I have tested raspxbmc and found it adequate to play movies one thing which gave me a concern was 80-90% CPU consumption hence not using xbmc unless a stable release is available

I am aware these are plenty of drivers on linux based machines for this dongle, would be interesting to see if any raspi users could get it working.

Cheapest WIFI dongle I have found £5 with delivery
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Connect to WiFi u need a USB wireless dongle but u need a script and a bit research how to enable it

Have no clue about your second question although I have tested raspxbmc and found it adequate to play movies one thing which gave me a concern was 80-90% CPU consumption hence not using xbmc unless a stable release is available
anyone?