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NEW out today: Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ (A Plus) [please read description] = £25.99 including delivery @ The Pi Hut
Updated 16th NovLast updated 16th Nov by Oneday77
Was introduced & available today (15.11.18)... PLEASE NOTE: this is not the successor to the currently 'fastest' Pi 3 B+ model, but has improvements over the previous Pi 1 A… Read more

I get what you’re saying. At the same time this is an upgrade to the Pi 1 A+. You also need to factor in that for what these are intended for 1GB would be overkill. Quadcore 64bit might seem a bit odd, it doesn’t require the design of a different processor.


I can't think of it like this because the 3B+ came first. Chronology is an integral part of my issue with this - how long certain models have been out, how long ago certain models received 512MB, 1GB etc. For example I bought a Zero 3 years ago with 512MB ram for £5. Does this £23 version really only have the same RAM as a £5 model from 3 years ago?


Been thinking about getting one of these for a while, not necessarily this model or even this brand? I'm aware there are competitors, are they worth looking into?


If it make it easier. Why not think of the B as an upgrade to 1GB or RAM and 4USB ports? That way the A isn’t cut down anything.


This is a 3A+. It's a cut-down version of the 3B+ which has 1GB ram. I'm saying fine - cut the ethernet port and several USB ports to save money and board size - this has always been the philopsophy of the A. But cutting ram to 512MB is just mean and silly in 2018 (nearly 2019). A quadcore 64-bit system with 512MB ram is idiotic.

Retroflag NESPI Case+ for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 and B+ (with Screws / Screwdriver) - £8.99 - Dressiily
Updated 15th NovLast updated 15th Nov by rabbitmoon
Bit of a niche deal targeted at Pi owners, but a fantastic price for something I keep telling myself I'm having, but still haven't got round to purchasing. Use the code displayed … Read more

I'm late to the party but just noticed this. For anyone else who finds this thread - these are gorgeous cases. You won't regret it, it just oozes joy every time you use it. Really well made too, not like the flimsy nonsense you normally get from china. I recommend using a sharp craft knife to slice proper ventilation slots on the top. You can see vent marks, but they're filled in about 95% by plastic with the narrowest holes. Creating bigger holes really helps with cooling (if you put a fan in, which is a doddle).


Neither do we...


The physical power button sells it for me mate. I don't know why I keep holding back :D


Get one next time Buzz, they are awesome cases. Really smart having usb ports to the front for your retro style nes/snes usb pads and bonus of having a physical power button.


No, I hesitated ;(

NEW out recently: Raspberry Pi, 4-Port USB Hub (USB 2.0) - compatible with ALL models = £10.99 delivered @ The Pi Hut
Updated 9th NovLast updated 9th Nov by Crossbow
" Finally! The perfect USB hub for the Raspberry Pi! Our new and improved 4-port USB hub works out-of-the-box with ALL models of Raspberry Pi currently in existence, including the … Read more

Sorry, changed title a little so hopefully won't happen again. But where would you get any version of Raspberry Pi for £10.99?


I was over-excited & read this as "raspberry pi 4" and not a 4 port hub. Oh well.


They've made them look like usb 3 ports lol

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Raspberry Pi 3 B+ & Case (£37.04) Delivered + Possible £5 Bonus Sold by Almost Anything Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon
Updated 9th NovLast updated 9th Nov by mentm
If you order this raspberry Pi kit you can apply a 5% voucher from the items web page (£38.99 becomes £37.04) Check if you can get an Amazon £5 bonus when crediting £40 to your ac… Read more
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It's the latest official one I haven't had any problems. It's recommended to use a powered usb hub if you are using high drain usb devices.


Apparently you need the 3A plug for the pi B+. The plug from your link is 2.5A which will be too low in power for this model


I think that's the model 3 B not the 3 B+. This one has the 1.4ghz chip


I got my pi and power supply here, got both for about £42 delivered. uk.rs-online.com/web/p/ac-dc-adapters/9098126 I already had a few memory cards and wanted a snespi case.


I know it costs a little more but the starter kit from CPC farennel comes with the PI, Case, Power unit and the memory card pre loaded. https://cpc.farnell.com/ucreate/rpi3-modb-uvsk/raspberry-pi3-value-starter-kit/dp/SC14341

NEW out today: Raspberry Pi DVB TV HAT: view digital terrestrial TV on a Raspberry Pi or create a TV server = £22.99 incl del @ The Pi Hut
Updated 5th NovLast updated 5th Nov by grazie
Was introduced & available today (18.10.18)...also available at Mod My Pi for £23.50 delivered: https://www.modmypi.com/raspberry-pi/audio-dacampdigi/video-tv-dvb-t/tv-uhat … Read more

Sending mine back. Doesn't pick HD channels, picture quaility is poor on the SD channels it does tune into and I get constant buffering when using with my RPi 3 B+.


I just tried this using my RPi 2 and it's not up to the job. Unfortunately I can't currently find my RPi 3.


Does anyone know (or how to find out) the limitions of using this HAT with additional HATs/addons? I'm thinking about using this with amp & DAC HATs, if possible.


You presume correct :). Tvheadend will always try to re-use tuners where possible. Thankfully the SPI is fast enough for sending a complete mux, so no hardware PID filtering is needed! If you really wanted you could hook up an additional USB tuner to access more channels. How many you can record/stream will depend on your storage medium, SD cards aren't known to be fast. Just remember if you do connect anything via USB it's sharing that one bus between everything, including the Ethernet! So recording to an external network drive and live streaming at the same time may cause issues, but that (again) depends on how many streams (and the bitrate) are going over USB. I haven't received mine yet so I can't test/push it to the limits until it arrives. :(


Hi Grazie, I found what was on each mux for Bilsdale on this page : https://ukfree.tv/transmitters/tv/Bilsdale As you can see it details all the muxes available and what channels they provide. The PSB3 is the one with the channels I've mentioned on. In Kodi (running on my Nvidia Shield) when you go to the live TV part, I just went to the guide, went to the three HD channels and pressed record for all of them and they just started recording. I then selected the fourth channel, chose "watch" and it played with no problems. I presume the reason that the Pi can handle it (I'm using a Pi 3B) is because it is only recording the streams and the nvidia is actually doing the decoding. If I chose a channel that it on a different mux while it is recording, I just get a message saying no available adapter. Hope this makes sense, but if you have anymore questions just ask and I'll try to answer them.

15% off at pimoroni raspberry pi hats etc
Updated 3rd NovLast updated 3rd Nov by bogofland
15% of code use sitewide Save 5 pounds on a pi 3 b+
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My last build was a diy touchscreen jukebox as a home media server good how to guide available online


What are they all doing? Looking for ideas for a couple I have lying around.


Thank you, I needed a 4th Pi for my new project :{

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Raspberry pi 3 B plus £29.69 @ norfolksofleeds Ebay
Updated 28th OctLast updated 28th Oct by Davejay81
Latest raspberry pi finally drops under £30 thanks to ebay code (y) The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ is the latest product in the Raspberry Pi 3 range, a 64-bit quad core processor ru… Read more

Dear peeps of this post.. ANY idea if this will do PC internettings in 4k? My PC is quite dated and doesn't go beyond HD. Would be especially appreciative if someone could point me in the right direction.. just wanna load Firefox and watch some 4k stuff and do rk browsing without the need for spending half a grand building some up to date PC haha.


Listing pictures say made in UK on pcb but then again, that's hardly hard to copy so unless there are any other tell tale signs I would assume its a UK made pi


I've watched their ebay offers for the Pi off and on for a while now, always a bit cheaper than Pi Hut etc because of the free postage, but I was never sure of they sold UK or Asia sourced units. Anyone confirm these are UK-made Raspberries?

Transparent ABS Protective Case for Raspberry Pi 2 Model B+/Pi 3 Model B - £1.51 @ Zapals
Updated 19th OctLast updated 19th Oct by deadleg22
This is an elegant and innovative protective case which is specifically designed for the Raspberry Pi. It can hold your Raspberry Pi securely in place and turn your bare Raspberry … Read more
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Ah so it is, cheers mate. I'm excited to set up alighting node just because of how awesome it seems.


It charges delivery to me, better deal on aliexpress.


Yes it can. Wont let me post link but google lightning node raspberry pi and go to mediums.com website (top option) (but this just the case not the device itself! :D)


Can this run a lightning node


I use mine for Kodi playback from my hard drive(s). Cheap way to get media playback on TV with a nice interface (wall layout like Netflix with movie posters etc) and no noise (as its just a PCB) This transparent case would show the LED on the board brightly shining through so its a big no no for me.

Retroflag NESPI Case+ for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 and B+ - GRAY 263148301 £14.72 @ Gearbest
Updated 4th OctLast updated 4th Oct by b1g1an
Features: - NESPi Case PLUS can have SAFE SHUTDOWN and SAFE RESET functions. (Safe shutdown scripts: https://github.com/RetroFlag/retroflag-picase ). - Functional POWER and RESE… Read more

There's loads of view on YouTube, eg...


If you don't mind please share the steps to mod the older models (nerd)


The PCB switch to allow easier safe shutdown is a recentish update to the design, they've always had "functional power buttons". I've had 100% legit ones from both Rosegal and Dressily previously for under a tenner when using codes but they were the older version. The older ones are easily modded to allow safe shutdown but there is a bit of Dremelling/soldering involved if you're scared of that sort of thing.


Cost price of these from Manafacturer for 100 is around 16$ so anything less means its a fake The fakes do not have a functional power button They usually do not have the storage space at the bottom either. Plus the PCB boards look completely different So the others are likely fakes


This is the lowest price I found at the moment.

3.5-inch LCD Touch Screen with Stylus Pen for Raspberry Pi 3 Model B at Zapals for £9.53
Updated 3rd OctLast updated 3rd Oct by polarbaba
3.5-inch LCD Touch Screen with Stylus Pen for Raspberry Pi 3 Model B This 3.5 Inch LCD Touch Screen Monitor features a resolution of 480 x 320 and can display any image clearly. I… Read more
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I've been trying to get this screen working all week to no avail... Given up for now!...


Has anyone used a screen that works with Volumio? I doubt this would be much good ideal a bit bigger. I used to have a logitech squeezebox touch so miss the touchscreen to control it.


looking to get this working with my Raspbian image. as a complete Linux noob, I am trying to follow the instructions to get this working, however I cannot identify which equivalent screen I have, currently following instructions which assume the waveshare32 screen. so far, I have burned a latest rasbian image using etcher.io then once booted, I enable vnc server and use vnc to be able to control, copy and paste the files, which I did. then it reboots and nothing happens, and even VNC stops working!. tried this twice from scratch and same happens. anyone help out a noob?. thanks.


Got mine today


Not got mine either

7" Capacitive LCD Touch Screen 1024*600 HDMI + Bicolor Case for Raspberry Pi/BB £13.13 @ Geekbuying
Updated 21st SepLast updated 21st Sep by polarbaba
Looks a good price for a 7" 1024*600 model, comes with the case as well. Set up looks pretty simple, so not much messing around there. Has backlight controls and an HDMI input on t… Read more

Would this mean that the image couldn't be updated ?.


Nope only with the version on the dvd


Anyone got this working with a standard version of Raspbian yet?


Following the plug in usb first then hdmi has now worked for me (highfive)


Right,Just had a proper read up, Plug in the USB first, It will make the windows sound you get when you plug in a USB,Then plug in the HDMI cable. Also my USB cable that come with it seemed a bit flaky and kept disconnecting.

Transparent Case for RaspBerry Pi - £1.51 @ Zapals
Updated 15th SepLast updated 15th Sep by grubpot
- Provides access to every outlet of the Raspberry Pi without opening the case. - Compatible with Raspberry Pi 2 Model B+/Pi 3 Model B.
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Mine came through yesterday. Must have been a particularly slow donkey...


Yeah, I got it and it's fine


Has anyone received this yet?


I got one a short while ago and use it mainly for Mathematica and Python. Still learning the other bits and I find it to be a nice little gem (nerd)


Would I need to sort out some cooling if I use the Pi for game emulation? There doesn't appear to be much space in the case.

Raspberry Pi case for rpi2 or rpi3 @ CPC - £4.79 Delivered
Updated 5th SepLast updated 5th Sep by Gormond
£1.29 (£1.55 inc vat) with free delivery (3-5 days) on orders > £8 excluding vat. In RaspberryPi Pinky! - 2 part kit (base & top) includes 4 small screws to attach pi to bas… Read more

The fact that you have to spend more money to get it at that price means that you can't actually get it for £1.29. Not to mention that it's also the excluding VAT price.


You can actually get the product itself for £1.29, delivery is free over £8.50, CPC has a lot of useful good quality products you could also buy.


Kinda misleading as you can't actually get this for £1.29.


If you're just after a basic case for your Pi, there's always eBay with a simple black case or the official case for a pound more. I've used both and they have their quirks (the black one won't let you get your microSD out easily and the official case is just awkward to take apart), but they're pretty solid and y'know, not bright pink.


Wow £3.50 delivery under £8 spend

Raspberry Pi 3 B+  £30.58 @ AliExpress / JunRoc Store
Updated 26th AugLast updated 26th Aug by JoeSpur
Years and years and years for shipping, but looks like a good price. They have a few bundles too which look pretty cheap. I used a random voucher that popped up so ended up payin… Read more

A couple of quid off is the reason we are all here. Heat added! ;)


"Genuine" is not the word which immediately springs to mind, but I could be mistaken, and would be happy to be corrected. For only a couple of quid, seems hardly worth the bother,


Why bother, plenty of UK based shops and official resellers, for around the same price. Plus, while you're adding it to your shopping basket, you'll start adding extras such as the official charger, or a case, or a daughter board, etc. All with easier warranty terms. Stick with The Pi Hut/CPC/RS/etc etc. Anyway, a nice cool breeze is welcome in the summer.


Aliexpress standard shipping is a week, two tops ime. Amazon is a no brainer tho agreed.


No, it said 60 days.

Raspberry Pi 3 B+ (Latest Model B Plus) £31.79 @ The Pi Hut
Updated 3rd AugLast updated 3rd Aug by greg666
10% code is back when spending over £20. £28.80 + £2.99 delivery.

BTW: This deal has expierewd


It's not Emacs.


IDE can make a programmer lazy. But if you desperate have a look here https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2009/05/vim-made-easy-how-to-get-your-favorite-ide-features-in-vim/


Does VIM know the syntax for each language and can correct syntax? Nothing wrong with it as a text editor. But if you're programming/scripting why make your life harder than it needs to be.


I've got a few older models as well, but I don't seem to get usability out of them. I use my Pi 3 B+ at the moment as a smart home server running node-red. Basically to fill in for the limitations of my smart home devices (Google Home, Alexa etc). Things such as controlling my TV, wake on lan, and running batch and shell scripts for various tasks.

Retroflag NESPI Case+ for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 and B+ with Screws / Screwdriver £9.50 w/code @ Rosegal
Updated 22nd JulLast updated 22nd Jul by cjabingham
Retroflag NESPI Case+ for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 with screws and screwdriver back down to £9.50 - need to be logged in and use code DSRG5YTOP3 Decent feedback from people who had p… Read more

Raspberry ripple is better !


Some TVs can be funny, if your pi is connected to your network and you are comfortable using putty to SSH onto your pi i can give you the bits of code needed to force HDMI sound?


You'll need a usb keyboard. There's another way to force sound over HDMI in the settings menu, but you'll also need a keyboard to change it IIRC.


Really? I'm new to this how can I fix it please?


Cost me £10.97 >:¬( There are apparently fakes of these out there with the above mentioned voltage issues: http://retroflag.com/Beware-of-fake-NESPi-Case.html Guess I'll find out personally when mine arrives. Edit: looks as though that link's for the non plus model. Guess I'll never find out.

Retroflag NESPI Case+ for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 and B+ with Screws / Screwdriver £9.31 @ Dresslily.com
Updated 21st JulLast updated 21st Jul by jaset
Features: - Functional POWER and RESET buttons - Functional LED power indicator - NESPI case specifically designed for Raspberry Pi 3, 2 and B+ - Easy access to the SD card (not i… Read more



Use code WOOHOO at basket and you'll get $5 off ANYTHING on-site with no min spend Credit due HERE


These Retroflag NESPI Case+ for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 and B+ with Screws / Screwdrivers are like buses. You wait ages for one then 2 come together.


Make sure to change the currency to USD if you have a fee free credit card. £8.90 then. Edit: And untick "insurance"!

Raspberry Pi 3 Official Desktop Starter Kit (16Gb, Black)  (Prime Day Deal) - £45.99 @ Sold by Almost Anything Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Updated 17th JulLast updated 17th Jul by Discotech
Not a bad price for the complete kit, Black & White versions of box+plug both the same price

It's £47.99 for the 3 B+ https://smile.amazon.co.uk/Almost-Anything-Ltd-Raspberry-Official/dp/B07CZLWPLF?ref_=Oct_DLandingS_PC_NA_NA


It is always this price as I had it on my watch list for ages. There is no deal here.


Shame this isn’t the newer B+ model otherwise I’d bite but in my opinion this isn’t worth it.

Killer Instinct: Definitive Edition (Xbox One) £9.99 @ GAME
Updated 15th JulLast updated 15th Jul by math5871
Discover your Killer Instinct! Play the legendary fighting game with stunning 60FPS visuals, over-the-top action, a wild cast of combatants, rocking reactive music, and C-C-C-COMBO… Read more
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Just to confirm that the disk arrived today and it installed fine with no issues whatsoever. Everything appears to be on disk, or it seemed to be as the disk started spinning each time it installed a character and the 3 seasons.


Oh... definitive that is not that definitive (shock) :/ ;(


Just a heads up I read a customer review on Amazon saying they bought this after owning some seasons and it didn't unlock everything so may need to do some extra research just to be safe?


Physical disk for under a tenner nice. I ask as I have seasons 1 and 2 digital only missing season 3 but for I’ll take the lot on physical (highfive)


Physical disc, not sure if you get some digital codes. Check the link if your unsure.

Complete Starter Kit for Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, Official Case and PSU Included £39.99 (£47.99 inc VAT) Delivered @ Farnell
Updated 28th JunLast updated 28th Jun by Radeon
Great price for a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ Starter Kit. Kit includes Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ Board, 16GB MicroSD Card with NOOBS OS, Official Universal 2.5A Power Supply, Official C… Read more

Excuse my ignorance, but how does this compare with the Kano kit? I've just shelled out on a Kano kit for my 6 year old...


Editor privilege....


None so far and been heavily in use for about 13 months.


I’m interested in setting up my own retro pi, but have heard about stability issues with the Pi 3 B+ And retropi...can anyone advise me on this?


Besides emulators and roms which you can do via a PC without a Raspeberry anyway, what else do people use Rasperberry kits for? I take it there is multiple usage advantages and options?

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