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Raspberry Pi Zero 1.3 £4.80 + £2.99 delivery @ Pimoroni
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Posted 18th OctPosted 18th Oct
Raspberry Pi Zero is a super-small, hackable, and ultra-low-cost computer. This is the newest version (v1.3) with camera connector. I plan to get the "40 Pin header" for £1 and co… Read more
jayrlopez

Bought mine around the height of lockdown to run pi hole. I would recommend having a look at the linus tech tips forum to set it up over headless install.

Dexybaby

I think it's because they make zero profit from the pi zeros. Also - isn't the raspberry pi foundation a nonprofit?

MungoMungo

https://pwnagotchi.ai/intro/ . cept yall need wifi.

CyDoNiA

You'd need to open the port for PiVPN to use but that's it. Generate oven file for them then they load that into OpenVPN Conect and the connect across the internet all encrypted. Once connected they can connect to your tvheadend server. Plex would be easier but need transcoding and I found it buggy.

ra11

So that’ll setup the point to point connection - no need for dyn/ ports etc...?

Raspberry PI TV HAT DVB-T/T2 PI TV HAT DVB-T/T2 £8.49 + £4.49 NP Sold by COSSuppliesltd and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Posted 9th OctPosted 9th Oct
The Raspberry Pi TV HAT has a DVB-T2 and DVB-T tuner on board, which allows you to receive and decode digital television streams on your Raspberry Pi. Sony C 2880 TV tuner Support… Read more
supert3d

Finding the Pi4 stutters with this on Plex. Seems to not be able to handle the transcoding - anyone had any consistent luck with it?

JoeSpur

I guess the good thing about USB is that it gives you the flexibility of using it with different devices. The GPIO version can only go on Pi.

dheydl

Same Sony chipset I think. Depends if you want to use up an external usb port or have it sitting on the GPIO pins. That might affect your choice of case.

JoeSpur

Are these any better than the Xbox one

Bleugh

ah! You need to password protected your Babestation recordings eh :-p

Raspberry PI TV HAT DVB-T/T2 TV hat - £6.95 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime Sold by COSSuppliesltd and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Posted 8th OctPosted 8th Oct
The Raspberry Pi TV HAT has a DVB-T2 and DVB-T tuner on board, which allows you to receive and decode digital television streams on your Raspberry Pi. Sony CXD 2880 TV tuner Supp… Read more
beerstaff

Twat

CyDoNiA

The EPG on some channels was out of sync causing it to say one program was on when it was another. As a result I was getting Snooker instead of the FIA World Rally Cross on Freesports. :p Also found Plex was crap at recording a programme followed by another on the same channel. Tvheadend records both as normal but Plex over ran one by the amount I set to add on to the end and then didn't start recording the next until it finished with the first. Also it's very slow compared to other software like VLC Player and the front end I now use, Dreamplayer TV for Tvheadend.

paulsmith288

Tempted to see how a myth TV backend works with these

stealth666

Not if you have no means of record or watch owt live, dobbed mine in months ago, barely watch tv, its mostly crap and i remember 3 channels...

grilli

Yeah thanks

8Bitdo SN30 Pro+ Wireless Controller (Switch / Android / iOS / PC / Raspberry Pi) £32.29 Delivered @ 365games
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Posted 6th OctPosted 6th Oct
Pro+ is the most advanced controller from 8BitDo ever. With 8BitDo Ultimate Software: Customize everything on Pro+ from button mapping, stick & trigger sensitivity, vibration c… Read more
Davidmrb93

I do agree on both those points, triggers felt nice and it fit the shape my hand well, just a shame I couldn't get on with the dpad as I'd have kept it otherwise

richardoc

I find these much more comfortable than the switch pro controller, and the analogue triggers are great for pc

Brick.Tamlin

What am I missing here? How do I get this down to £32.29? The 10% off code just gets it to £35.09.

Arturias

Amazing controller, works seamlessly on my PC and my Switch. It identifies as an Xbox 360 controller when on my PC. Battery life is insane too. Since buying it there's been four firmware updates, they seem to be listening to the community unlike some Chinese companies. Plus you can customise it completely with their software.

Luckylucy2

This says its compatible with android but excuse my ignorance but does this means it compatiable with ipads

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Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 2GB RAM £33.99 + Save up to 15% off on multi buy @ Toys4ages /ebay
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Posted 5th OctPosted 5th Oct
Raspberry Pi 4 2GB Ram Save up to 15% off on multi buy
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ra11

It’s now £1 less :):)

Curtis_Sinclair

Mmm mmm pie <3

ra11

You’re right - they changed their price now :(

JkF50

Looks like £50 more expensive here? (confused)

brainsys

Sorry I'm getting bemused by your comments. The very stable new 64 Pi OS comes straight from the official Debian Buster ARM64 repositories with an extra blob for eeprom booting. Plus some useful utilities. It is beta until it has complete (as practical) functionality as the existing 32 bit Pi OS (formerly known as Raspbian). It's nearly there. And now with fully supported USB3/SSD booting it can show a fair ankle to low end Windows kit. Why, somebody has even got next year's Bullseye release running from a nightly. So that's the future for RPI3 & RPI4 models. They will last as long as Debian is around. RPF have committed to keep a 32bit Pi OS supported for the foreseeable future so even ancient RPi1 & RPi2 kit is likely to have a longer supported life than with, say, Ubuntu on x86 kit. One can argue Pi OS is a purer strain of Linux than Ubuntu. But then if you can get two people to agree what Linux means - you'll be lucky ;-)

Raspberry pi 4 power switch line type-c interface 5V 3A USB power supply line. £1.84 @ Aliexpress
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Posted 3rd OctPosted 3rd Oct
Raspberry pi 4 power switch line type-c interface 5V 3A USB power supply line. £1.84 @ Aliexpress. Got a couple of these and use with USB and power banks. More flexible than using … Read more
omgpleasespamme

That's not way better. That's a power supply and this is a cable. That doesn't even have a switch. I'm annoyed I wasted time clicking that link.

LD2DVD

No issues yet but then I wait until I stop what I am doing then turn it off. Have some normal PSUs but shortage of plug sockets so being able to plug into my Anker 4 way USB plug or power bank really helps.

JoeSpur

On the older models they would draw away more power than they were worth and there would be no point in using them unless you also used a powered hub for USB devices. I wonder if this is the same seeing as it’s USB-C... (confused)

CyDoNiA

I don't really know as not used one. Works well and picture is perfect as its streaming the data directly and unchanged. A dedicated Freeview box is no doubt easier to setup but I use dreamplayer TV for tvheadend on my Nvida SHIELD and when using that it's just like having a Freeview box. It's just really the setup that's more complicated when using tvheadend.

stec77

Thanks for your quick reply! How does your setup compare to a humax freeview box?

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