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
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Note this price includes 1st class Recorded post! CPC/Farnell and Pi Hut only send by 2nd class post so this is a better deal if you wanted one quick. And they were the only place with stock when I ordered mine.
Good price if you want one now as the usual places are out of stock - ordered thanks op