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The Pi 3 Hacker's Kit

The Pi 3 Hacker's Kit
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The Pi 3 Hacker's Kit £69.00

 

Description :

A little box to get you started in electronics and coding, this kit is an ideal place to start for a wannabe hacker.

Hacking is not the dark activity of disrupting the internet or stealing personal data. It is what engineers do to make new things out of items they already have. Hacking is creative!

Using the powerful Raspberry Pi 3B+ and Scratch or Python languages you can control the world!  
Why not start simple by making button-operated traffic lights before moving onto a burglar alarm for your bedroom?
 
We’re big fans of the Pi here at the Centre and use them for most of our workshops.
Kit includes a Pi 3B+, micro USB cable, 16GB SD card (preloaded with Raspbian) and an electronics component kit including a breadboard, switches and cables!
There’s a cool project here to get you started.

Keep an eye on our website for workshops that will help develop your understanding of code and electronics. Click here for our events page!

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Remember - All proceeds go to support our Computing Museum!

 
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