83-16561RK - RASPBERRY PI (3) STARTER KIT
RASPBERRY PI (3) STARTER KIT
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Raspberry Pi™ 3 Model B Starter Kit
Looking for the essentials to get started with the new Raspberry Pi 3 Model B? This kit includes the new Raspberry Pi 3, a translucent case, a 16GB microSD card loaded with the NOOBS operating system, and a 5.25VDC 2.4A power supply to get you up and running in a hurry.
The new Raspberry Pi 3 Model B is an amazing piece of hardware but you need a few parts to get it going. The Pi 3 has upgraded power management that enables it to power hungry USB gadgets. Of course, to put out more power means you need to put in more power. Fortunately, this kit includes a 5VDC 2.4A USB power supply that we spent months testing to ensure your new Pi runs happily.
Additionally, this kit includes a 16GB microSD card that's pre-loaded with the NOOBS operating system a translucent enclosure, and a quick-start guide. All you need to do is bring your own HDMI cable, monitor and USB mouse and keyboard to the party to get up and running.
• 1 x Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
• 1 x 16GB microSD card w/adapter pre-loaded with the NOOBS image
• 1 x Translucent Enclosure
• 1 x 5.25VDC 2.4A USB Power Supply
• 1 x Quick Start Guide with downloadable manuals
Find out more about the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
Not only is the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B the fastest Raspberry Pi to date, it's the first one with built-in WiFi (802.11B/G/N) and Bluetooth Low Energy1 connectivity allowing you to get connected right out of the box.
Find out more about the Translucent Case
This Raspberry Pi enclosure is designed to give you maximum use of the Raspberry Pi board. Translucent plastic allows you to clearly see the status LEDs and vents allow proper airflow to keep your Pi running cool.
Find out more about the 16GB NOOBS microSD card
The NOOBS operating system is the easiest way to get started with the Raspberry Pi. It allows you to install a variety of operating systems and restore them to a previous state in the event of an issue.
1. Bluetooth functionally is not available at launch. It will eventually be enabled by connecting your Pi to the internet and using the following terminal commands:
• sudo apt-get update
• sudo apt-get upgrade
• sudo rpi-update