Deal: Complete Raspberry Pi 2 Starter Kit - $115

Ever wanted to learn how to program using the Raspberry Pi 2? Well we have a great starter kit here with a number of lessons here to get you started. With this bundle you will receive the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B, the Quick Starter kit for the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B as well as five additional courses. These courses include an intro into Raspberry Pi, hardware projects using Raspberry Pi, Python programming for Beginners, PiBot: Build your own Raspberry Pi-Powered Robot, and finally an introduction to the internet of things using the Raspberry Pi 2.

So what exactly is a Raspberry Pi 2 Model B? Well it's the new version of the Raspberry Pi microcomputer. This offers more memory, faster output as well as increased opportunity for electronic exploration. It can also game and compute about 6x faster than the previous Raspberry Pi. It also includes wider compatibility seeing as it's using an ARMv7 quad-core processor. There is now 1GB of RAM, over the 512MB that was on the previous model. All of this equates to you being able to run more apps simultaneously on the Raspberry Pi without running into any type of lag.

This bundle normally costs north of $800, but we are offering it for just $115 through the Android Headlines Deals Store. So if you're interested in playing around with the new version of the Raspberry Pi, now is a great time to check it out. It'll be available until Oct 4th.

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