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Use Your Older Raspberry Pi B+ for this Mini Retrogaming Cabinet!

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Use Your Older Raspberry Pi B+ for this Mini Retrogaming Cabinet!

Just upgraded to the Raspberry Pi 4B+ and wondering what to do with your older Raspberry Pi? We still have a few 8" screen Picade Kits in stock at a reduced price! This is the perfect gift for that friend or relative that's been procrastinating about building a mini arcade cabinet.

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Use Your micro:bit With Headphones

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Use Your micro:bit With Headphones

This Kitronik micro:bit audio cable enables students to work with headphones in the classroom. If you need to demonstrate a project, these can also plug into an amplified speaker. With a 3.5mm socket on one end, and crocodile clips on the other, just connect the cable to pins 0 and GND. You can find micro:bit MicroPyth...

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Load Your MakeCode Arcade Projects onto Hardware!

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Load Your MakeCode Arcade Projects onto Hardware!

Play MakeCode Arcade games on real hardware with the Kitronik ARCADE! Complete with a solid case, speaker, vibration feedback, and extra expansion ports - it caters for more advanced tinkerers too. The ARCADE is just the right size and shape to play games with both hands, powered by AA alkaline or rechargeable batteries - there's less hassle for travel/shipping, with no lipo batteries to worry about. The Kitronik ARCADE comes with clear and concise documentation, example code and tutorials.

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Combine Art and Crafts with Coding for Fun Projects

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Combine Art and Crafts with Coding for Fun Projects

The Chibitronics Chibi Chip and kits make it easy for kids to create and program (coding) crafty colourful circuits. The Chibi Chip is reusable for loads of projects, over and over again - it works with mobile devices or computers with a headphone socket, with no syncing required!

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Learn Python on the Raspberry PI with GPIO Lights and Buttons

Learn Python on the Raspberry PI with GPIO Lights and Buttons

This set comes with a pair of button switches, and multicolour light emitting diode (LED) - just what you need to start learning/teaching Python on your Raspberry Pi (available separately)! Read and write to the GPIO pins with the provided example code. To help you identify each GPIO pin, the provided reference leaf fi...

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