Pi Zero back in stock £6.50 delivered @ PiHut
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Pi Zero back in stock £6.50 delivered @ PiHut

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Found 8th Jun 2016
Raspberry Pi Zero back in stock, fulfilling now!

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Already posted I'm afraid



Link? Only one I found was expired

They sold a batch at 9AM this morning, that batch sold out by about lunchtime.

This is a second batch that they held back to 7PM for people at school or work who couldn't order at 9PM.

So, valid post.

Thanks, just bought one

still not got mine from 3 weeks ago

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.

Can anyone tell me if the 'essentials' kit is good value for money. I … 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.
Edited by: "haritori" 8th Jun 2016

In the long run its so much cheaper to do it yourself as you will end up … 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.

Yay for tiny handheld games consoles!

Thanks. Is the Zero the best value for money? Can the b+ handle … 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.

Thanks mate.

Thanks. Is the Zero the best value for money? Can the b+ handle … 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

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.

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.
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