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'Raspberry Pi' in the Sky


Al.Grant
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I've been interested in the raspberry pi for a while now. And that is a great use for it.

I'd have no idea how to do it myself though as I've got no knowledge about that sort of thing.

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You can get a starter kit really cheaply. as always with this sort of miniturisation its the mmi, and the application is the difficult part. for the most you can connect a standard keyboard, mouse, monitor /tv. Its then up to you to find a problem/application for it!There are some ready programmed apps on sd / micro sd card.


 


If you are serious try here   :--- http://shop.pimoroni.com/products/raspberry-pi-starter-kit?utm_source=googlepla&utm_medium=cpc&gclid=CImP7cCP-bsCFZGWtAodwRgAuQ


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