This is a 240v Power Supply for the Raspberry Pi. It has an output capacity of 2,500mA, and an integrated 1.8 meter cable with micro-USB plug and power switch. It powers all models of Raspberry Pi and peripherals.
This is a 1.8 meter long HDMI cable, that supports Full HDMI Specification version 1.4, supporting Ethernet over HDMI, Full 1080p HD Video and Audio, 4K Video, and DTS/DTS-HD/Dolby Digital HDMI Audio Passthrough.
This is a 240v Power Supply for the Raspberry Pi. It has an output capacity of 2,000mA, and an integrated 1.8 meter cable with micro-USB plug. It powers the Raspberry Pi.
While the Raspberry Pi foundation recommend a 2,500mA Power Supply for the Raspberry Pi 3, our testing has shown this power supply is adequate for normal use. This Power Supply works with all Models of Raspberry Pi.
The FLIRC USB dongle allows the use of any remote control with your Raspberry Pi. Configure the device on your desktop PC, then simply plug into your Pi for a perfect media centre companion.
Flirc learns from any remote control, not caring about different vendor protocols. Just walk through the super simple setup- pairing individual remote buttons with 'Media Centre Buttons' and you're done.
This is the official 240v Power Supply for the Raspberry Pi 3. It has an output capacity of 2,500mA, and an integrated 1.5 meter cable with micro-USB plug. It comes with International plugs and has enough output for all models of the Raspberry Pi.
The Raspberry Pi 2 Model B has a Quad-core 900MHz Processor, 1GB RAM, 4x USB Ports, 40x GPIO Pins, microSD connector and full 1080p HDMI video support. It is the first edition of the Raspberry Pi that is built to support Windows 10 IoT. (This item posts for free)
The Flirc Raspberry Pi case was designed to not only be functional for your Raspberry Pi, but to be drop dead gorgeous. It’s made of beautiful aluminum core that is sandwiched between two black, soft touch shells that feel amazing in your hands. But once it’s out of your hands, it’s deserving to be proudly on display running your favorite media center software.
This is a Sandisk microSD Card which works with all models of Raspberry Pi, pre-loaded with your favorite software for the Raspberry Pi. You can select the size of the SD Card and your preference for software.
The Raspberry Pi Official Case was released by the Raspberry Pi Foundation to suit the Raspberry Pi Model 3. It features a removable top so you can access the GPIO pins, and is Raspberry and White in colour.
This is a SD Card Reader, that can be used for reading your Raspberry Pi SD Card, or micro-SD Card on your PC. You will need this is you want to back up your Raspberry Pi software, or want to write custom images to your SD Card.
With the MaKey MaKey your thoughts and dreams can take one step closer to reality. Inventing is near and dear to our hearts, and with this little kit it can be near to yours too. Using alligator clips you can connect the space bar function of the MaKey MaKey controller to the end of a banana, or a pencil, or a piece of Play-Doh, and make that object the keyboard or mouse input. Just touch your “banana” and you control the functionality of the space bar on the computer. Go out and find some cool applications and let your creativity run wild!
This kit has everything you need to start working with your first Raspberry Pi. It comes with the NOOBs OS Loader pre-loaded so you can choose from a selection of the Raspberry Pi's most popular operating systems.
The PI HEATSINK KIT is a Raspberry PI heat sink kit for ensuring Raspberry PI to remain cool with no need of noisy fans. This heat sink will also help extend the life of Raspberry PI and thereby reduces hardware failures. The heat sink kit comprises of three high quality Pressfin heat sinks which are designed to fit the three main heat sources on the Raspberry PI. The 50mm × 50mm piece of thermal adhesive tape in the kit used to securely fix the heat sinks in place and to ensure a good thermal transfer bond.
The Raspberry Pi Camera Module v2 is a custom designed add-on for Raspberry Pi. It attaches to Raspberry Pi by way of one of the two small sockets on the board upper surface. It has a native resolution of 8 megapixes, and has a fixed focus lens onboard. In terms of still images, the camera is capable of 3280 x 2464 pixel static images, and also supports 1080p30, 720p60 and 640x480p60/90 video.