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Starter Kit Media Center Kit Camera Kit Project Kit Weather Monitor Kit Complete Kit
Raspberry Pi 3
Micro SD Card
5V 2.4A Power Supply
6' HDMI Cable
Raspberry Pi Camera
Initial State Cloud Subscription
Jumpers and Components
A great start to getting up and running, this kit provides the bare essentials.
Stream audio, videos, movies and other digital content usign the Raspberry Pi.
Learn to measure light levels, accept switch inputs, and power lights with this kit!
Get started capturing standard and HD photos and video with this camera kit.
Virtually everything you need is included in this kit, just add a monitor!
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Create a networked weather station that can be accessed anywhere in the world!
Just the basics. Protect your Raspberry Pi™ with the included clear case that installs in a snap.
Just the board. A power supply, sd card, and other accessories are sold separately.
Buy Now Essential Accessories
In addition to a Raspberry Pi, you'll need a few things to get started. The Pi runs off an operating system on a micro SD card, and requires a 5V, 2.4A micro USB power supply.
Learn more about how to get up and running with your Raspberry Pi.
5.25V 2.4A Regulated Micro USB Power Adapter
This compact USB AC charger is UL and CSA listed and incorporates a highly regulated output switching power design to assure a constant, accurate DC power delivery to your sensitive portable 5V device
This 16GB Classs 10 microSD card with adapter comes preloaded with the NOOBs image that's compatible with the Raspberry Pi 3 and all previous models.
HDMI Cable with Ethernet
Take advantage of better looking movies, faster gaming and richer audio with the latest v1.4 high speed HDMI cables.Compatible with 3D and 4K display technologies, bi-directional A/V and data connectivity. It supports f
Keep your Raspberry Pi running cool with this high-quality heatsink kit.
Add a miniature wireless controller to your computer project with this combination keyboard and touchpad.
Buy Now The Perfect Case
Nothing accentuates your Pi like the perfect case. No matter what the application, each case in our selection offers a great fit and finish at a great price.
Keep your Raspberry Pi 3 safe and looking great in the Official Raspberry Pi enclosure!
This Clear Raspberry Pi enclosure is compatible with the new Raspberry Pi 3 and is designed to give you maximum use of the Raspberry Pi board. It allows viewing of the status LED's as well as proper airflow to keep your Pi running cool.
Pibow Rainbow is a sleek, durable and attractive case crafted out of eight unique colored layers with a transparent top and base that leave your beautiful Pi visible inside. Each layer is laser-cut from colorful high-quality cast acrylic and once stacked t
SmartiPi Case Complete Kit for Raspberry Pi - Blue
What could be better than LEGO® + Raspberry Pi? This SmartiPi case has a LEGO® compatible 6 x 10 front plate so you can keep your Raspberry Pi B+ or Pi 2 safe and let your creativity run wild. T
Deep-dish may be the favorite of many of customers, this short crust plus case is sure to please!
Buy Now Expand Your Pi
We offer hundreds of HATs and add-on boards for your Raspberry Pi. Whether you want to capture images using a camera board, or make a Pi-based tablet by adding a touchscreen, the options are endless. Browse through our extensive offering of add-on boards.
The Raspberry Pi Camera V2 features an upgraded 8MP Sony image sensor capable of taking 3280 x 2464 pixel images and capturing video at 1080p30, 720p60 and 640x480p90 resolutions. Like all Raspberry Pi camera modules, it works flawlessly with Raspberr
The Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera V2 is IR sensitive for low-light situations and features an upgraded 8MP Sony image sensor capable of taking 3280 x 2464 pixel images and capturing video at 1080p30, 720p60 and 640x480p90 resolutions. Like all Raspberry Pi
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This 7" Touchscreen Display for the Raspberry Pi is perfect for creating portable and embedded projects where a keyboard and mouse would be in the way.
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This custom breakout board lets you easily access all 40 of your Raspberry Pi's GPIO pins on a breadboard. It's the perfect companion for adding circuits and experimenting with the Pi.
2.4” LCD Touch Screen HAT for Raspberry Pi
Simply plug this 2.4” TFT LCD into the GPIO pins on your Raspberry Pi A+, B+ or Pi 2 and load the software for a complete display / control solution. It's just like a full-size touchscreen monitor
There have been seven different versions of the Pi. Below, we compare the most recent three.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Q: What is the Raspberry Pi?
A: The Raspberry Pi is a single board computer that has an ultra low cost, compared to typical computers. The primary reason for its creation was to give kids a low-cost computer with which to learn how to program. It's got a beefy quad core processor that runs at 1.2GHz, 1GB RAM, and most of the ports and capabilities that any normal computer would have. Generally, it runs on a Linux operating system and can run games, word processing programs, and spreadsheets.
Q: How do I get started?
A: Getting started with the Pi is easy. At minimum, you'll need a Raspberry Pi, a micro SD with an operating system installed on it, a 5V, 2.4A micro USB power supply, a monitor, an HDMI cable to hook to the monitor, and a keyboard. We've created a quick guide that details everything you need to know to get started, and you can download it for free here!
Q: There have been so many Raspberry Pi versions. How do I know which is which?
A: As of this writing, there have been seven different versions of the Pi. We've created a short guide that goes over each board's specs with pictures here.
Q: Bluetooth/WiFi don't seem to work on my board. Why not?
A: As of the launch of the Pi 3, the operating system does support all the new features. It's possible your card has an earlier version on it. You'll need to update the operating system, which is easy. Connect your Pi to an internet connection using an ethernet cable, or via a wireless adapter. First, update your system's package list by entering the following command in LXTerminal or from the command line:
sudo apt-get update. Next, upgrade all your installed packages to their latest versions with the command:
sudo apt-get upgrade. More info on updating your operating system can be found at
Q: What makes the Pi 3 Model B better than the Pi 2 Model B?
A: The most notable differences are that the Pi 3 now runs at 1.2GHz, up from 900MHz of the Pi 2. Additionally, the Pi 3 features on-board Bluetooth Low Energy, as well as on-board Wi-Fi.
Q: Will my add-on board fit the Pi 3?
A: If your add-on board worked with your Raspberry Pi Model B+ or Pi 2 Model B, it will work with the Pi 3 Model B. Further, we've tagged all the Pi accessories with which models they'll work. If you see a "Pi3" listed with your add-on board, the two will be compatible.
Q: Will an enclosure for the Raspberry Pi 2 fit the Raspberry Pi 3?
A: The Pi 3 will fit in enclosures made for the Pi 2, however any holes for the status LEDs will not line up.
Q: You’re out of stock. When will my order ship?
A: Quantities were limited when the product launched. We're getting additional stock daily. Orders are filled on a first come-first served basis.