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Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 8GB Board - £62.80 with code delivered @ CPC
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Posted 2nd AugPosted 2nd Aug
Cracking price for 8 GB RP 4 model (y) In stock on 17/08/20 but you can order now.... Raspberry Pi 4 Model B is the latest product in the popular Raspberry Pi range of compute… Read more

Good point I might look into that


easiest is to download a prebuilt image from Good luck, its great fun. I set mine out with a full sized joystick and works great


How do you get on for drives, the last server i purchased could house several drives, in reality the Pi is just serving the purpose of board/processor etc, how do you interface drives and will this board power several 3.5 drives?


Thanks mate.


If you know your target devices (e.g. chromecasts for me) and have spare storage you can get plex to pre-emptively transcode media rather than doing it on the fly.

BBC micro:bit go kit, pocket-sized, programmable computer with cable and battery pack £18.13 + £4.49 NP @ Amazon
Posted 30th JulPosted 30th Jul
Only a good deal if you have Prime, so the postage is included, but still a great board computer for kids to learn coding and more about computers. Learn computer coding with… Read more

Depends if I have to buy extra parts for that (excited) (excited)


We are ;-), you could maybe use this as a Crysis controller though.


This is aimed at a simpler step into letting kids experiment with computers and electronics. It doesn’t need to be powerful, it’s not intended to be a streamer, encoder/decoder etc. The Pi has been hijacked and used more by hobbyists than education. Each has their place and audience.


This looks like a nifty bit of kit with a good learning ecosystem around it. Seems like a much easier way to learn about code and electronics than any alternative I can think of (e.g. breadboards / arduinos / pi). Thanks for sharing, hopefully it sparks some interest in the nephews!


I had to check. What I should have said was "the sarcasm is strong with this one" :)

Free Udemy Courses: Complete Android Ethical Hacking Practical, Arduino, Linux Server Administration, Statistics with R, YouTube etc
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Posted 27th JulPosted 27th Jul
Some good courses. The Complete Android Ethical Hacking Practical Course C|AEHP Code=LEARNWITHDEBAYAN Statistics with R - Beginner Level Code=CITYHALL Introduction to Ardui… Read more
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The Arduino course’s code has expired. Thanks anyway!


Thanks very much


I actually removed it as it was poster here. You can enroll


Thank you


Cheers. (y)

Raspberry Pi Zero W - £12.29 Delivered @ Pimoroni
Posted 22nd JulPosted 22nd Jul
This popular item is back in stock with authorized seller. If you foresee a use of "Pi Zero", its suggested to add a "Pi Zero" for additional £4.80 to get most value from combined… Read more

Just ordered mine. Thanks OP for sharing this. (y)


You would be better served by a raspberry pi 3b+ for both retropie and octoprint. A zero w is more suited for pihole ad blocking


I'm really interested in RetroPie and Octoprint but reading up on all the variations of the Raspberry Pi overwhelms a technologically illiterate person like myself. I'm assuming as this appears to be a basic model it wouldn't be suitable for either?


Congratulations! I’ve still won best of three ;-)


(lol) nothing that exciting, for automation depending on who is in which room. I guess you could make people think ghosts are triggering things...not a bad idea.

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Humble Book Bundle: Raspberry Pi by Raspberry Pi Press 79p onwards @ Humble Bundle
Posted 20th JulPosted 20th Jul
A good bundle here for folks who want to dabble with their PI, the other good thing is all the proceeds go to charity. Description Bring your programming dreams to life with a Ra… Read more

I normally download them all for free on my kindle but bought for 79p anyway (mainly cos I can't resist HUkD) but for the 20% off code "HUMBLE20" and the 15% off renewing my Dads 12 month hard copy subscription of MagPi and get another pi zero using "humble"


(unicorn) Youtube..


Yeah don't get the humble bundle - pretty sure all of these mags and books are free anyway - that was the point - you could buy physical copies and support the foundation but the PDFs were always free to download?


I support them by a magpi subscription they deserve every penny. They also provide these magazines and books for free on their website here

Raspberry Pi TV HAT - £6.89 Prime / +£4.49 non-prime delivered @ Amazon
Posted 7th JulPosted 7th Jul
Raspberry PI TV HAT DVB-T/T2 - Watch Freeview channel via a Raspberry Pi. The TV HAT allows you to receive and decode digital television streams on your Raspberry Pi through its on… Read more

Thanks for the post concerning your observations on both tuners. I tried an Xbox one tuner on my libreelec pi setup with tvheadend and couldn't get it to find any channels. Maybe now I know why, TV Hat arriving today hopefully! (y)




It was in writing. I can't imagine who you think would fine them!


Was that over the phone ? Many rental properties come with built in communal roof antennas so how would they enforce that This is nonsense and they should be fined for saying that, I wish they would just say if you don't need one because you don't want live TV thanks for letting us know goodbye Rather than try convince you that you need one because everyone watches television so therefore you have to buy one or we will keep asking you every day until every home has one In the whole country because that's our job


Outside of somewhere with slow internet, surely most of the content you can get through one of these is available freely on demand, and you can stream most Freeview channels online too. And the channels you can’t, are mostly not worth watching anyway. Is it me who just doesn’t get the point or am I just too detached from traditional tv viewing ?

Raspberry Pi Zero (v1.3) - £7.79 delivered at Pimoroni
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Posted 2nd JulPosted 2nd Jul
Back in stock, might suit someone. Description Can you believe that the Raspberry Pi got smaller and cheaper?! The new Raspberry Pi Zero is an super-ultra-low-cost, tiny-small-f… Read more

Awesome, thanks for the info. Will look into trying it out on my Epson printer. Strangely it doesn't work on a laptop I have running Windows 8 (printing over wifi) but works on all my other devices


Anyone looking for Pi 4 - 4GB, looks like we got competing sellers on ebay resulting in a good price to offer.


Fair enough, but price and power aside, there's still something to be said about size...


I kind of see what some are saying about the usefulness of a Pi. I think that they do have their uses. It's horses for courses. I ran a small company website on an old Pi model b, 700mhz 512mb, and was fine for the low amount of traffic, made it's money back many times over in sales. Was ok with Kodi too (interface a bit slow must be better on new models), but playing videos etc worked flawlessly thanks to hardware decoding. It's since been used as a pi-hole ad blocker and VPN. I like the choice of Pi's on offer now, you can go as low spec or high as you want for your project. I'd probably go for the Pi W over this one personally, but maybe you don't need a network for some uses. Low power consumption is also a consideration.


Normally takes about 1 to 2 weeks to get stuff from China for me especially small letter post type stuff.

Original Retroflag SuperPI Case for Raspberry Pi - £12.54 Delivered - AliExpress/LiveTime Store
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I can't explain without actually sounding overly sad (which I'm sure I will succeed with a few times in this post) just how fantastic these Retroflag SNES cases are for Raspberry P… Read more
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Do you have a link for the amazon one? Thanks


Just ordered off amazon got for 16.99 next day with prime hopefully get the stickers for cartride aswell but no mention on amazon


No problem Sunshine (y)


(y) Sure. Thanks for pointing at alternatives


I may have missed the link the first time. I personally wouldn’t bother with the Switch-copy. It’s a no-name one. When you buy cheap, you buy twice. If you consider the RG350 too expensive, then there are alternatives, such as Bittboy and others. Have a browse for reviews and comparisons online (y)

Raspberry Pi Zero W - £12.29 Delivered @ Pimoroni
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Posted 8th JunPosted 8th Jun
The Raspberry Pi Zero W takes the beloved and extremely popular Pi Zero and adds wireless LAN and Bluetooth, making it perfect for embedded Internet of Things projects. Th… Read more

What is it you would like to do ? You can set up a camera (like I mentioned earlier) You can make a Freeview box / a way to receive DVB T2 streams to view on a monitor or over a network Or a cheap computer I haven't done anything fun or engaging, Ive put Kodi onto 1 I have, Ill be setting up a camera onto a Pimoroni and considering the DVB option. Raspberry pi foundation could be a start, loads of videos online or websites with instructions.


It was OOS for a very long time - since COVID pretty much, and it seems stick goes like hot cakes 🧁


Erm.. How is this a deal exactly? This is the standard price...


Can I anyone guide me to a source that has projects easy for someone with no programming background yet be fun and engaging?


Then this should be great. The video I linked does exactly that. What's great about these is they're updated and always adding features. Unlike the others that tend to be outdated quickly and rarely get updates. Hope all goes well for you

Raspberry Pi Zero (v1.3) - £7.79 delivered at Pimoroni
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Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Raspberry Pi Zero (v1.3) - £7.79 delivered at Pimoroni
BCM 2835 SOC @ 1GHz 1GHz 512MB of RAM micro-SD mini-HDMI micro-B USB for data micro-B USB for power CSI camera connector ( needs adaptor cable ) Unpopulated 40-pin GPIO con… Read more
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I don't think that's true, the ones without wireless do not cost more.


These guys dont give out cheap stuff and want to make a killl .better to order from big sellers who will ship cheaper and better... 3 pounds for shipping is the normal and they wont allow multiple orders...Only if amazon has these will there be more cheaper items. RAS 8 GB is almost 80 quid... 25 usd was orginal marketing offer and now its more than 5 times


He said "has", as in past tense. You can now find stock realitively easy like you've linked to now.


Not everywhere:


That's true. The wireless version has been out of stock everywhere for ages.

Pi 4 8gb model - £69.77 @ CPC Farnell - Back Order - In stock next week
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Currently on back order but they are expecting over 9000 in stock on 4/6/20 and more on the 8th. Raspberry Pi 4 Model B is the latest product in the popular Raspberry Pi range of … Read more

My B model has 1GB. Impossible to run any other linux distros on it other than raspian (and kano)


35 for the 4gb versions is the best deal, nothing uses more than 4gb really. ETA prime even said it in his video. 64bit is beta and even then only say 10% of people will ever notice the difference. At this price I would rather have a odroid xu4 or n2. Retropie, a 2gb is enough as the emulators dont take advantage of anything more


back in stock today 24 Jun with 66 available :


Yes mine is doing just that since it arrived a whole 2 days ago lol


nope you are right, was thinking about the powering for my mini amp in build

CamJam EduKit #3 - Robotics £18 @ Thepihut (£2.99 P&P)
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Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
CamJam EduKit #3 - Robotics £18 @ Thepihut (£2.99 P&P)
£20.99£2516%Thepihut Deals
I personally think this is one of the best way to get your bored kids into robotics and programming. Requires a Raspberry PI and a chase (can be made from a cardboard or printed on… Read more
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Chassis ;)




Chassis I think


"Requires a Raspberry PI and a chase" I'm sure you mean case

Raspberry Pi Zero WH (with pre-soldered header) £15.79 Delivered @ the Pi Hut
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Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
Raspberry Pi Zero WH (with pre-soldered header) £15.79 Delivered @ the Pi Hut
£12.80 £2.99 Thepihut Deals
Raspberry Pi Zero WH (with pre-soldered header) Details: BCM2835 (same as Pi 1) but up-clocked to 1GHz, so 40% faster 512MB RAM Mini HDMI USB On-The-Go port Micro USB pow… Read more

Pi Zero WH now available on in case any one wants to club it with a Pi Zero.


Important life lesson, priorities.


Thanks, not sure the boy will be very happy when I kill his robot to watch the football...


Sounds great, hope it goes well.


Indeed, I'll build a robot first though:

Adventures in Coding & Programming Bundle - Fun Projects for 11-15 year olds (Minecraft / Raspberry Pi / Arduino) £4.85 @ Fanatical
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Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Adventures in Coding & Programming Bundle - Fun Projects for 11-15 year olds (Minecraft / Raspberry Pi / Arduino) £4.85 @ Fanatical
This seems like a great bundle for those interested in coding, especially considering the inclusion of Minecraft and raspberry Pi projects. Five eBooks are included in the bundle. … Read more

TCB 4.25% cash back for new customers!


trying to learn pygame with my son but not sure this uses pygame? Speaking of Python, this collection will also bring you up to speed on this high-level programming language with Adventures in Python. Understand Python syntax and interpretation for module programming, develop the skills that apply to any programming language, and get a head start in learning other languages like C++, Objective-C, and Java.


Thank you, it worked!


Yes, I got code too. Add bundle to basket and when you go to checkout and scroll down there is a banner which says you qualify for a bundle code, click it and the additional discount automatically applies making it £3.88. Thanks OP


I can’t seem to see the code (confused)

Raspberry Pi Zero W - £9.80 (+£2.99 Postage) @ thepihut
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Raspberry Pi Zero W - £9.80 (+£2.99 Postage) @ thepihut
£12.79 £2.99 Thepihut Deals
Raspberry Pi Zero W (Wireless) Details: BCM2835 (same as the Pi 1) but up-clocked to 1GHz, so 40% faster 512MB RAM Mini HDMI USB On-The-Go port Micro USB power HAT-compatible … Read more

Thanks Christopher! I just ordered one along with a case.


If you don't mind paying a little bit more, there's a few WH versions around, e.g. I use a WH for Pi-Hole as that's all I could get my hands on at the time. Have it sitting in one of these cases behind the router -


Anyone know where I can get one of these at the moment? They seem to be OOS everywhere. My 3B is on its way out so I need a new board for pihole.


thanks (highfive)


Now that impressed me! Good job 👏

Raspberry Pi Zero (v1.3) £7.79 delivered at Pimoroni
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Raspberry Pi Zero (v1.3) £7.79 delivered at Pimoroni
Raspberry Pi Zero is a super-small, hackable, and ultra-low-cost computer. This is the newest version (v1.3) with camera connector.
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I had the same, you need to whitelist them. It s a process of selecting the 'go to deal' button while monitoring the 'query log' on the Pi Hole interface. Then whitelisting the ones that are blocked. You might have to press F5 (on PC) to refresh the 'query log' after clicking the button. This does mean you will allow some tracking but there is no easy way around this that I know.


I've just set up an old raspberry pi as a pihole. All seems to work well, but on of the issues I've encountered is that none of the links in HUKD (affiliate links) work anymore. Any advice on how to get this functionality back please?


Sure! I can boost your guest count to an all time high of one.


You sound like a barrel of laughs. Will you come to my next house party?


Pi Hole is a quick google My setup I'm afraid not I use dnsmasq which is part of the Pi hole script, Basically when I had Pi Hole working I went to Netflix and then looked at its address from the device I was watching on, and added this into a dnsmasq config file in the etc/dnsmasq folder with each adress going to a different IP (DNS Provider). I'm afriad it's a bit vague but it's not an easy thing to accomplish.

Raspberry Pi Camera Guide free PDF download
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Raspberry Pi Camera Guide free PDF download
Take pictures and shoot video with your Raspberry Pi. Connecting a High Quality Camera or Camera Module turns your favourite credit-card-sized computer into a powerful digital came… Read more
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Awesome!! Thank you!




Many thanks.


Thanks for posting.

Free ebook - Raspberry PI Beginners Guide: The Ultimate Raspberry PI 4 Setup, Programming @ Amazon
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Free ebook - Raspberry PI Beginners Guide: The Ultimate Raspberry PI 4 Setup, Programming @ Amazon
FREE£0.01Amazon Deals
Are you looking for a device that is fully functional at a meager cost? Then Raspberry Pi is the one who can fulfill all your requirements. Whether you want your device for playing… Read more

Can’t, locked


Yip and me (confused)


Shows £3.99 for me


Go away


Amazon must have been doing some admin - its showing free now - thanks (y)

Free Udemy & Eduonix Courses (Best Sellers & Highest Rated): Raspberry Pi, Python, ML, Excel ,Home Business, C, Dog Care, Linux, R, SQL etc
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Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
Free Udemy & Eduonix Courses (Best Sellers & Highest Rated): Raspberry Pi, Python, ML, Excel ,Home Business, C, Dog Care, Linux, R, SQL etc
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Only Selected Highest Rated & Best Sellers Courses for Free. Have fun learning & Stay Safe Home Business: The Complete CPA Marketing Course Code=52450CE2CA7EA36A79F8 (0… Read more

Cheers. The "C Programming for beginners on Windows" is coming up as £9.99. Says code is not valid. Otherwise good stuff. Thanks.


Thanks! 8)


Thanks for sharing - some really good courses and fir FREE which is a bonus (y)


Thank you


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