Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ £28.35 -  Sold by DA TECH PRO and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ £28.35 - Sold by DA TECH PRO and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 15th May
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+

  • The dual-band wireless LAN comes with modular compliance certification, allowing the board to be designed into end products
  • The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ is the latest product in the Raspberry Pi 3 range
  • The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ maintains the same mechanical footprint as both the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B and the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B.
  • CSI camera port for connecting a Raspberry Pi camera. DSI display port for connecting a Raspberry Pi touchscreen display
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X50_Spence15/05/2019 20:08

What are some cool things to do with this thing?


Put it in a drawer and never touch it again
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Very good price for this model. Nice find OP.
Cheers op. Ordered for my 2nd Retropie cabinet I intend to build.
Bargain, got 1 i use for plex and one for retropie.

Looking forward to the pi4 and hopefully usb3, as that's the one thing that lets it down for me.
Excellent deal. Already got one running Klipper on my Hypercube 3d printer. Heat from me.
m1keyp1key15/05/2019 18:59

Bargain, got 1 i use for plex and one for retropie. Looking forward to the …Bargain, got 1 i use for plex and one for retropie. Looking forward to the pi4 and hopefully usb3, as that's the one thing that lets it down for me.


Yeah USB3 would be nice for faster SD card speeds.
What are some cool things to do with this thing?
X50_Spence15/05/2019 20:08

What are some cool things to do with this thing?


Put it in a drawer and never touch it again
Would the TV hat work on this? What else will be needed as I have a Xbox TV tuner already.
squiby15/05/2019 21:46

Would the TV hat work on this? What else will be needed as I have a Xbox …Would the TV hat work on this? What else will be needed as I have a Xbox TV tuner already.



TV hat should work on this. As for what else is needed, it depends on what you want to build. I assume if you are considering the TV hat alongside the Xbox tuner you are looking at a multi tuner setup?
Edited by: "freestyle" 15th May
freestyle15/05/2019 22:02

TV hat should work on this. As for what else is needed, it depends on what …TV hat should work on this. As for what else is needed, it depends on what you want to build. I assume if you are considering the TV hat alongside the Xbox tuner you are looking at a multi tuner setup?


Yes trying to make a TV/media related build but as yet not bought into any pi gear.
Mr.Nutts15/05/2019 20:44

Put it in a drawer and never touch it again


Crude but super funny lol
The3dge16/05/2019 09:07

Crude but super funny lol


And also true. So many people will have these as dust collectors. I had one before, and a Pi Zero, and got rid, and have recently bought another BUT I intend to set this one up this time, honest!
Mr.Nutts16/05/2019 09:24

And also true. So many people will have these as dust collectors. I had …And also true. So many people will have these as dust collectors. I had one before, and a Pi Zero, and got rid, and have recently bought another BUT I intend to set this one up this time, honest!


U got that right, you can do so many amzing things, one of my fav is controlling electric blinds
The3dge16/05/2019 10:20

U got that right, you can do so many amzing things, one of my fav is …U got that right, you can do so many amzing things, one of my fav is controlling electric blinds


You know you can use this for retro games, media streaming and other things right?
Mr.Nutts16/05/2019 11:42

You know you can use this for retro games, media streaming and other …You know you can use this for retro games, media streaming and other things right?


Wow like Mario or contra.. Pretty good
X50_Spence15/05/2019 20:08

What are some cool things to do with this thing?


Can't comment about cool things, but the most practical benefit I've found of the Pi is to use it as a PiHole. This basically turns the Pi into a local DNS server, which blocks undesired web traffic, while accelerating desired traffic. You get faster web browsing, with ads, tracking, malware, and various unwanted service providers all blocked.

It does take a bit of work to get it running optimally, but it's worth it. Looking at the info panel on mine, it's currently blocking 60% of DNS requests, with no loss of desired functionality.
Thank you for the post just ordered one. Purchased a 128gb retro pi image from eBay and hope for of the more demanding games work on this as struggle on my Pi2 .
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