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Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Game Kit 2GB + 2.4Ghz Wireless Gamepads + 32G SD Card + Case + Power Supply + Fan + HDMI Cable £48.52 @ AliExpress
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Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Game Kit 2GB + 2.4Ghz Wireless Gamepads + 32G SD Card + Case + Switch Power Supply + Fan + HDMI Cable Select Bundle 4. Price is reduced to £48.52 automatic… Read more

How is this not expired yet? Its been £56 for couple of days.


Is 2GB enough for a gaming system or would it be better to get 4GB? I'd also be nervous about using a no-name PSU, so I'd probably buy an official PSU in this country and the 4GB Pi on its own is only about £6 more in the UK than it is from Ali and that saving could easily be wiped out by VAT and Royal Mail fees if you're unlucky.


This is a cracking price. I have no need for the game pads tho, shame there isn't a cheaper version without


I bought a couple of Pi 3s from GearBest a couple of years back. They were genuine, so I'm sure these are fine too


Same here. £54 at checkout

Xmas Tree for Raspberry Pi £11.99 delivered @ thepihut
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Stocking filler for someone? Secret Santa? Xmas Tree features 25 super-bright, individually addressable RGB LEDs Available libraries and examples on the website. RASPBERRY PI NO… Read more

Was this for Black Friday only? Can’t see the deal now


I guess I'd have to remove some Lego from the top!


Shine bright my little raspberry pi I can program those lights if I give it a try To tune of American pie


It would take more than 12 quid to make me happier


Would fit on a slim case such as the pibow Coupé

Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 4Gb Starter Kit @ thepihut - £66.73 + £2.99 Delivery
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Raspberry Pi 4 starter kit - Model B with 4Gb ram, case, 16GB micro SD card and power supply.

Hi, does anyone now weather this retailer will be doing cyber Monday. Missed the deal on the starter kit tbh. Regards


Nice one, thanks!


Well I've always been under the impression that you would avoid the std case for that reason https://www.androidcentral.com/best-raspberry-pi-4-cases Has the usual suspects and some interesting ones


I bought the 4GB version a longer time ago and remember that even with firmware upgrade it became quite hot. So wondering if it’s such good idea with the case?


Not really, but you might want to add some cooling (heatsink or fan/fan HAT/fan case). Wireless controllers are possible as well, maybe better for a lounge. Pi Hut also do the 'Tribute 64' with is N64 styled. Pretty sure folks are playing N64 games on the Pi4 with RetroPie. There's also Lakka if you prefer the PlayStation style interface.

Raspberry Pi 4 Model B RAM 2G 4 Core 1.5Ghz 4K Micro HDMI £27.72 - AliExpress JunRoc Store
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It is the 2GB model and you'll need to use the code to get that price. Here are the highlights: A 1.5GHz quad-core 64-bit ARM Cortex-A72 CPU (~3× performance) 1GB, 2GB, or 4GB… Read more

Bought mine for this reason. I've now discovered my zero that's been sitting in a drawer for 5 years and only cost £6 is upto the job. All up and running now, no noticable drop in network speed. I've got another project in mind for the Pi 4. Thanks for the idea.




They'd be perfect for this. Just one thing to bear in mind... the operating system runs from a micro SD card. You can buy them ready installed or, if you have a working computer and a spare card, you can download it for free. It might be an idea to send some so they can get up and running faster.


4gb model on ebay better deal with the ebay guarantee


I use Pi-hole, but keep it simple with it just being on my home network. It's not for everyone as it does require a bit of tinkering for certain websites but it's fairly straight forward to setup for basic use. For most who just want to both catch up TV and YouTube adverts, it's almost a setup and forget (other than updates).

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Raspberry Pi 4 8GB Ram - £68.45 delivered @ New IT
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Features With the introduction of the faster 1.5GHz 64-bit quad core CPU on the Raspberry Pi 4, along with the up to 8GB RAM available will see much faster boot speeds and better… Read more

Is this and Okdo, the best deal wet can get, or should I wait a few days?


Or you could install 64bit Ubuntu, which is what I use on my raspberry pi's :)


Remember you will need the USB-C 3A adapter and also a Micro HDMI cable. For the latter I would recommend buying a Micro HDMI to HDMI adapter and then just using whatever cable you want. This is what I did so I can pick and choose what length HDMI cable I use down the line. Hopefully soon they will have the 64Bit version of Raspberry Pi OS ready as at the moment you have to still use the 32Bit one which limits how much RAM a program can use. Still works fine anyway unless ya really hammering RAM.


pi-hut and pimoroni are two of the main UK suppliers, i would take their prices as a baseline: https://thepihut.com/collections/raspberry-pi-kits-and-bundles/products/raspberry-pi-starter-kit?variant=20336446046270 Honestly, there is very little margin in these, so reductions are rare - ebay is the best bet, especially in conjunction with a voucher


Thanks for the reply mate, okay I'll keep my eyes out for a 4 starter kit. What would be a decent 'black Friday' price so I know I'm not being mugged off having not looked into these before

Ucreate Raspberry Pi 3 Official Desktop Starter Kit (16GB, Black) £49.99 - Sold by Almost Anything Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Great deal. Was £59.99 and looks like they have just knocked £10 off. This is a brilliant starter kit. Worth getting whilst you can.
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Going to buy the 4B can anyone recommend what to buy in addition to the base. Housing heatsink and fan to start?


Hey @Drummer_Tube well done! Great first deal (y)


Definitely! Two great things, I'd recommend purchasing an ELEGOO Starter Kit off Amazon, for about £50 you get a huge supply of LCDS, wires, LED's, motors, resistors and just about everything else! That comes with a tutorial which is basic but gets you into it. On YouTube, check out a guy called Paul McWhorter, an old American teacher who is just about the best person I've ever found doing any kind of free tutorial. There is about 100-150 hours and about 70 videos taking you from downloading the right software to some much more complicated projects. Guarantee you'll have fun doing it! With those together, you're well set. Thats exactly what I did and I'm now able to do anything I wish really. I've built a greenhouse monitor, an aquarium light remote with infrared and controllable from the internet and currently working on an automated chicken coop door closer


100% correct comment. However if you're looking to stream 4k, I would definitely would not be looking at pi at all. Not its purpose. Pi4 is also more expensive. Really depends on the use case.


Nothing wrong with the video output on a Pi3. It's still full 1080p. The Pi 4 is better if you are after a "full desktop" replacement, but the 4K output is a pain, and resolution wise, I am constantly having to switch it back to 2K modes. The 4 can run faster and has more memory (although I've never managed to use more than a gig) but it also runs hotter and needs micro to fullsize HDMI output cables/converters. I'd actually be more inclined to use the 4 headless rather than the 3.

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