is selling V-Kits Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ (Plus) Basic Starter Kit [Latest Model 2018] for $ 44.99 with Free Shipping using promo code below.
This is $ 10 (approx 20%) off. Coupled with free shipping its a solid deal. Use code Q415FF for free shipping.
I’ve recently been introduced to Rasberry Pi and love playing my favorite retro games using it. Pretty cool stuff.
Description from Vilros:
- Official Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ (Plus) (RPi 3+) Released in March 2018–Broadcom BCM2837B0,Cortex-A53, 64-bit SoC @ 1.4 GHz Features Upgraded On-board WiFi and Bluetooth Connectivity
- Clear Transparent Case with Ease of access to all ports
- UL Certified 2.5 Amp USB Power Supply with Micro USB Cable and Noise Filter- Designed for the Raspberry Pi
- Set of 2 Heatsink
- Vilros Raspberry Pi Quick start guide for Media Center and Retro Gaming
- This kit is fully guaranteed for 1 year with our 5 Star US based Customer Support
Also, check out listing for free retro game case.
I didn’t use the instruction manual, I researched online and followed instructions to install the latest version of Libreelec which works absolutely perfect btw, including all add-ons and sources. As a bonus feature I wasn’t expecting, the hdmi-cec allowed my regular TV remote to work seamlessly navigate Kodi which is amazing.
Everything including in this Vilros kit is high quality and I was up and running in less than 15 minutes. Everyone has an SD card,if not order one along with this kit, and you will have everything you need to get up and running in minutes! Even though I didn’t use it, I did browse through the manual and it is well written and easy to understand. The case is thick, sturdy, and also well made. I also liked that the case is a completely tool less installation design. It snaps together and firmly locks the PI in place. The power supply is high quality, with thick wiring. Perhaps the best feature of this kit over the competition is the power supply. The Vilros power supply includes a built-in toggle on/off switch which is convenient because the Raspberry Pi itself doesn’t have an on/off switch. The whole experience was painless and problem free.
I highly recommend it if you are at all interested in this sort of thing. I am planning on modifying the case to allow a mini USB powered fan for additional cooling. It hasn’t overheated or even really gotten too hot at all but I have the fan already from a previous project and it will only make it better…