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31 Jul 2017, 7:33

Raspberry Pi Premium Kits from DesignSpark

Raspberry Pi and DesignSpark, sounds almost as good together as Raspberries and Cream, both go together really well, but the latter isn’t exactly something you can add high-quality audio to or build into a laptop!

Continuing with our range of DesignSpark branded Raspberry Pi products, which you can purchase from RS Components, we bring you two Raspberry Pi Premium Kits jam-packed with all the accessories and parts you will need to hit the road running with Raspberry Pi, just as DesignSpark likes it!

Kit 1: (123-7157) - The Raspberry PI 3 Premium Kit

For those who have been living in a cave the past year, the Raspberry Pi 3 is a major upgrade over the original and the later series, featuring a 1.2GHz quad-core Arm Cortex-A53 processor, 1GB of LPDDR2 Ram, integrated Wifi and Bluetooth and heaps more capabilities besides.

Included in the kit:


All you need to do is add a keyboard, a mouse and a monitor and you are all set, to either roam the web or get started with some interesting projects of your own.

Kit 2: (124-4206) – The Raspberry Pi 3 Premium Display Kit

This well-constructed kit is for those who prefer their Raspberry Pi’s to have a touchscreen, containing all the same items found in Kit 1, with the addition of a Raspberry Pi touchscreen and a Raspberry Pi touchscreen case.

Included in the kit:

This package gives you all you need to be up and running with a touchscreen operated Raspberry Pi in no time, no need for a keyboard, monitor or a mouse. Although you could add a Bluetooth keyboard if you so desired!

Whatever direction your motivation takes you these two premium kits from DesignSpark are bound to help you reach your desired goals, be that creating a solution to a production line process to simply surfing the web, these two kits will get you pointed in the right direction.

See our range of cases

Check out the Quattro

Check out the Raspberry pi 3 B and pi-topPULSE Kit

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31 Jul 2017, 7:33


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