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Pi Zero £6.50 delivered @ The Pi Hut
Pi Zero £6.50 delivered @ The Pi Hut

Pi Zero £6.50 delivered @ The Pi Hut

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£4 + £2.50 delivery.

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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

StevenBrown

I am tempted every time by one of these but by the time if only it had … I am tempted every time by one of these but by the time if only it had built in wifimore 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: aliexpress.com/sto…tml

no HDMI

armbian.com/

is this normally this price - 4£ when in stock?
Edited by: "diddlypockets" 5th Jan

yeah its always been £4+post+VAT, comes to about £6.50 - 6.75 from most places.

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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)

Taylor1892

Sure is - its more of an FYI post as there is nowhere else that has them … 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

Does it play Crysis?

lockwoodisbored

Does it play Crysis?


No. You could probably program it to type unfunny comments though.

Excellent little device add retropie and you have a perfect little home retro console

Taylor1892

Sure is - its more of an FYI post as there is nowhere else that has them … 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.

shop.pimoroni.com/pro…ero

Redacted for civility.
Edited by: "lockwoodisbored" 6th Jan

Shame you can still only buy one at a time though. Do they even make more than 50 at a time?

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" 6th Jan

Am I the only one repulsed by the idea of paying for shipping? It's just bothering me for something so small.

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AndrewHu

Am I the only one repulsed by the idea of paying for shipping? It's just … 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?

AndrewHu

Am I the only one repulsed by the idea of paying for shipping? It's just … 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... (_;)

daskapital

Take a look at C.H.I.P (getchip.com)$9 computer. Wifi . 512MB ram, 4GB … 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?

umirza85

What are your thoughts on attempting to get a magi mirror 2 running on a … 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

It would work fine. I've built a magic mirror using a zero and a Pi 1.. … 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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