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- Get involved with the Raspberry Pi phenomenon with the Advanced Kit from Maplin, it's the perfect way to begin experimenting and developing with the Raspberry Pi computer platform
- The kit includes an ultra slim and compact wireless keyboard with built in mouse touch pad, a Wi-Fi N150 dongle and the Iceberry protective case for your Pi
- The case and keyboard are a perfect way to use your Pi when attending a Jamboree, a coding after school club or just showing off your programming skills to friends
- There is a PSU, a USB hub and the cables to connect to your HDMI TV
- The 8 GB SD card includes Raspberry Pi's official Wheezy operating system
- Full 1080p HD video output via HDMI, Standard AV from the RCA (phono) video output plus 3.5 mm audio output socket for virtually any TV or screen
- RJ45 10/100 network socket and two USB sockets on the Pi enhances connectivity
- The operating system includes LXDE desktop GUI, Midori web browser plus development tools such as Scratch and Python and example source code for various functions
- Ideal for getting youngsters enthused about programming and development or re-live your computer programming childhood
- To view our full range of Raspberry Pi kits and accessories please click here
The Raspberry Pi is a computer the size of a deck of playing cards. With your television as a monitor, you can use it like a desktop computer to browse the web, do word processing or other office tasks; it plays HD video too, so you can also use it as a media centre.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation developed this little device to encourage people to learn to tinker with computing, both in software (there's plenty of free material available for the Pi to help you learn more about programming, whether you're a total beginner or already pretty experienced), and in hardware. Your Raspberry Pi can get to work as the brains in a robot, as a home-automation platform, drive a motor, or operate sensors and displays there's a huge community of modders and hackers out there. For more ideas on what to do with a Raspberry Pi, visit www.raspberrypi.org and join in!