Coupling Internet of Things (IoT) with a Raspberry Pi can lead to plenty of fun and opportunity, but you really need to have the right tools at your disposal. There are plenty of packages you can put together yourself, but what about the knowledge required to use the hardware properly? Why not get it all in one place?
Dive into Raspberry Pi with this starter kit that includes four courses and over 10 hours of content!
Windows Central Digital Offers right now has an awesome deal on an Ultimate Raspberry Pi 3B Starter Kit, complete with Raspberry Pi, 37 sensors, and four courses that will teach you how to complete various Pi projects. Instead of the usual price of about $529, you'll instead pay just $140. That's 72 percent off the regular price.
Alongside the 37-sensor starter kit that includes a Raspberry Pi 3B, you'll have lifetime access to four courses with over 10 hours of content. Courses include:
- Raspberry Pi Beginner's Bootcamp
- 2018 Ultimate Guide to Raspberry Pi
- Building Alexa Skills for Home Automation with Raspberry Pi
- 37 Sensors Starter Kit for Raspberry Pi (Pi 3B+ Included)
Use coupon code 3POINT14 and save an additional 14%!
If you'd like to jump into the world of Raspberry Pi but have been waiting for the right opportunity, definitely check out this kit. It contains everything you need to get started, and you'll save hundreds of dollars off the regular price.
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