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> Bargain...


I think we have very different definitions of that word.

Lets start with the book: The book is available here for free

the raspberry pi itself can be had for <40 on ebay

And the rest... meh.

Question: Where does the gclid get added to a link on HUKD - is it like when an amazon referral gets added, it gets replaced by HUKD, or does the original gclid stay?
Edited by: "Josh.Rogan" 13th Mar
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> Bargain...


I think we have very different definitions of that word.

Lets start with the book: The book is available here for free

the raspberry pi itself can be had for <40 on ebay

And the rest... meh.

Question: Where does the gclid get added to a link on HUKD - is it like when an amazon referral gets added, it gets replaced by HUKD, or does the original gclid stay?
Edited by: "Josh.Rogan" 13th Mar
Josh.Rogan13/03/2020 23:54

> Bargain...I think we have very different definitions of that word.Lets …> Bargain...I think we have very different definitions of that word.Lets start with the book: The book is available here for freethe raspberry pi itself can be had for <40 on ebayAnd the rest... meh.


Took the words right out of my mouth! IMO deals from The Pi hut are non deals
Josh.Rogan13/03/2020 23:54

> Bargain...I think we have very different definitions of that word.Lets …> Bargain...I think we have very different definitions of that word.Lets start with the book: The book is available here for freethe raspberry pi itself can be had for <40 on ebayAnd the rest... meh.Question: Where does the gclid get added to a link on HUKD - is it like when an amazon referral gets added, it gets replaced by HUKD, or does the original gclid stay?


Gotta agree - I was looking at that price and thinking I could buy a second hand laptop for that! (or a brand new Intel® Celeron® N4000 Processor laptop for £149!).
Personally I'd rather use ESP8266/32s for my projects - most of the projects for Pi's are either overkill for the hardware (a ESP8266 would do the same job for £2) or underpowered - a secondhand laptop would be better suited...
Josh.Rogan13/03/2020 23:54

> Bargain...I think we have very different definitions of that word.Lets …> Bargain...I think we have very different definitions of that word.Lets start with the book: The book is available here for freethe raspberry pi itself can be had for <40 on ebayAnd the rest... meh.Question: Where does the gclid get added to a link on HUKD - is it like when an amazon referral gets added, it gets replaced by HUKD, or does the original gclid stay?


A test to check where gclids get added:

Without:

thepihut.com/pro…GBP

Original:
thepihut.com/pro…BwE


With random:
thepihut.com/pro…LID
It doesn't say if it is the new Version 1.2 or the older version. I think the new version fixes the usb issue although many did not see it as an issue. If the newer version you would think they would advertise it as such. Perhaps I've missed it. Having said all that I have purchased from Pi Hut before and not had any issues and will do so again.
Most people buy these to run kodi, for that price you can get a Vero 4K+
Here we go again..."I could get a second hand laptop on eBay for that price".

Firstly, the Raspberry Pi isn't a PC replacement. Yes it's powerful enough to be a Linux computer now (Ubuntu etc) but it's more about learning to code, electronics projects and media/gaming builds. It's also incredibly low power compared to the laptops you're comparing it to.

Your smelly old second hand laptop will likely have no guarantee or customer support either, so again you're not taking that into account.

If you want to do some Raspberry Pi on the cheap, get a Pi Zero + case + a simple accessories kit (for all your cables/adapters) and use your own keyboard/mouse. It won't be as powerful as the Raspberry Pi in this kit, but it'll support all the code/hardware learning you'll ever need.
Thanks for posting. Ordered.

Have some heat !
Anyone know how so many sellers on eBay selling pi 4's 4gb for around £35. This is £20 below RRP at official retailers. I took a chance on one and was actually surprised it arrived to be honest, and it's version 1.2 also.

Did they fall off the back of a lorry?
Deano46714/03/2020 11:36

Anyone know how so many sellers on eBay selling pi 4's 4gb for around £35. …Anyone know how so many sellers on eBay selling pi 4's 4gb for around £35. This is £20 below RRP at official retailers. I took a chance on one and was actually surprised it arrived to be honest, and it's version 1.2 also.Did they fall off the back of a lorry?


I have no idea! But I got one too, and it seems fine...
I guess they bulk buy to make it viable.
I bought two and they’re 100%
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