A few days ago, the AAPicks team found a great deal on a Raspberry Pi bundle, which we sent your way. The only downside was that it was just the learning materials. Today we’ve gone one better.
The Ultimate Raspberry Pi 3B Starter Kit includes both the computer and components to assemble into the finished product and the training materials about fun ways to do it. You’ll be all set to build games, robots, tools, or any other contraption you can visualize.
In case you were wondering, a Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized computer designed as a fun way to learn to code. It’s like the ultimate techie Meccano for kids and adults alike. With this bundle, you get a Raspberry Pi 3B, a TF Card, and 37 newly-designed sensor modules for you to assemble in whatever way you please.
As well as the components, this bundle comes with four online learning kits to train you in the art of Raspberry Pi programming. You’ll add some useful coding skills to your repertoire, and in the introductory course alone you’ll learn how to build a gaming system to play old Nintendo, Sega, and PlayStation games.
For the next few days, you can get the full package for $145.99, saving you almost $400. You are saving 72 percent off the retail price if you order now.
It’s never too late to build your first robot, so don’t miss out on this offer. Follow the link below to find the deal.
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