NEW! Pi Desktop
NEW! MATRIX Creator
|The Pi Desktop converts your Raspberry Pi into a desktop computer with WiFi, Bluetooth, Camera, RTC, mSATA SSD interface and a power switch.||The MATRIX Creator features 8 MEMS Microphone Array, FPGA, Temperature Sensor, UV sensor, Pressure Sensor, 3D Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Magnetometer, NFC, ZigBee and Z-Wave.||The Raspberry Pi Sense HAT features an 8x8 RGB LED Matrix, as well as a set of sensors and inputs including: gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer, barometer, relative humidity sensor and a small 5 button joy stick.|
|Pi Desktop: Booting from the SSD (aka booting from USB devices on a Pi 3) 2 months ago||by Christopher Stanton    |
|The Ultimate Smartphone-Controlled Portable Raspberry Pi 3 Camera - Project Ideas 1 year ago||by spannerspencer    |
|New Pi Camera and Pi Camera NoIR V2 1 year ago||by spannerspencer    |
NEW! Raspberry Pi Case Black & Grey
Raspberry Pi Sense HAT Enclosure
Raspberry Pi Case
NEW! 32GB NOOBS SD Card
HDMI Audio / Video Cable Assembly 1m, Black
HDMI Audio / Video Cable Assembly 2m, Black
HDMI Audio / Video Cable Assembly 2m, White
HDMI Audio / Video Cable Assembly 1m, White
Stontronics 2.5AMP PSU
16 GB NOOBS SD Card (Transcend)
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