Unboxing the Raspberry PI “starter kit”

Petra Verbruggen September 27, 2017 2 comments

The Raspberry PI “Starter Kit” has all that you need to start using the Raspberry PI. The bare bone of the kit is the Raspberry PI itself, a less than 50 dollar computer.

In the kit you will find:
– Raspberry PI 3 model B
– Raspberry branded case, mouse, keyboard, adapter and HDMI cable
– Book aimed for young programmers
– 16 Gb Memory card with OS pre-installed.

The only thing you still need to provide yourself is a monitor.

With this kit we can test out home automation, media center solutions and I will use it to run my Facebook Command Python script.

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Petra Verbruggen

Coming home from my day-to-day job, I go into double super secret vigilante mode. In this mode I, together with my trusted companion "Kermit", deep dive into new and emerging technologies like video (streaming) gear, audio gear and gadgets in general. We'll make it safe for you.

2 thoughts on “Unboxing the Raspberry PI “starter kit””

  1. It’s good that you can buy kits like this. When I got my first Pi I had to go out and buy a keyboard, mouse and SD card because even though I had ones I thought I could use it turned out they didn’t work with it. I also have the same official case 🙂

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