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Raspberry PI 3 Starter Kits

I am looking to pick up a Raspberry Pi 3 and figured I should begin with a stater kit of some sort. These kits bundle the RasPi with a collection of cases, sensors, breadboard, wires and pretty much everything you need to start building projects immediately. Each kit has slightly different items included, so you'll want to check the list of what is included to make sure it matches you needs.

Here are a couple of kits I found on Click through for the complete information on each kit.

CanaKit Raspberry Pi 3 Complete Starter Kit - 32 GB Edition
CanaKit Raspberry Pi 3 Ultimate Starter Kit - 32 GB Edition
Vilros Raspberry Pi 3 Complete Starter Kit--Clear Case Edition
Vilros Raspberry Pi 3 Complete Starter Kit--Black Case Edition
Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit - Latest Version Raspberry Pi with NOOBs Pre-Loaded 8GB SD Card - Black Case - Power Supply - HDMI Cable - Wifi - Heat Sink - GPIO Cable


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