Iron Starter Kit  £89.59 
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Description

This is a simple 1st time starter kit.  Great for beginners - children and adults alike. If you have never had a Pi and fancy a go, this kit has everything you need to get this Raspberry Pi up and running with your TV or monitor - including clear easy to follow illustrated instructions. 

   

  • Get it out of the box
  • follow the instructions
  • and you are up and running

 

* You will need a TV or a Monitor to connect the kit to.

* This kit does not connect to the internet, although you can easily do so by buying an ethernet cable or Wifi dongle.

 

Benefits

Model 2 B Pi, full size keyboard, optical mouse, 2 Amp dual USB socket power adapter and colourful flat cables - see the other tabs for details.

 

Other Tips

You can check out project ideas on our Create and Share tab where there is inspiration for all sorts of projects to try. Our News tab has some great videos and articles on what is happening in the world of Pi, and our Message Boards is a good place to go to chat with other like minded Pi People - and get the lowdown on what the Community is doing with their Raspberry Pi, or to ask questions.

Check the Projects Gallery for ideas of projects to do. Done something cool with your Pi, why not Share a Project.  It doesn’t need to be a fancy project, simple ones, or just showing you got it working, are still great. 

 

What You Get

This Raspberry Pi Starter Kit provides everything you need to get this Pi up and running with your TV or monitor. It also comes with easy to follow step by step instructions. Click on the 'Details' tab to find out more info about each item.

  • Raspberry Pi Model 2 B (UK Made): Quad Core, 1GB RAM
  • Ethernet connection
  • Black Full size wired Keyboard with USB connection 
  • Black Optical Mouse with 800DPI resolution
  • 8GB SD card NOOBS v1.2.1 pre-installed.
  • Power Adaptor: gives a full 2A, 5v and has dual USB power from a US/EU/UK plug (all plugs included).  
  • Red Micro noodle style USB cable: 1m long, connects to the power adaptor.
  • Orange Gold-plated 1.5m long premium HDMI to HDMI cable, V1.4. Supports audio and 1080p video output.
  • Clear Acrylic Pi case: 3mm thick snap together
  • HDMI to DVI adaptor allows you to connect into a computer monitor (DVI Male 24 pin + 1 pin,
  • HDMI Female 19 pin).
  • Micro SD card reader, Whistle style. 

How To

Get up and running quickly. Go to the How to tab on our website for quick and easy instructions. 

 

Details

This is a basic kit that gives you all the different components you need to get your Raspberry Pi up and running with your TV or monitor. Find out more below;

Raspberry Pi Model 2 B (UK made, not the China version): THe very latest Model 2 B is fast, and gives you a lot more scope for projects later.  It is handy to have a free USB port for a whole range of reasons, such as to swap files on and off the Pi with a memory stick.

Full size keyboard: Includes number pad on the right, and retractable legs.  USB connection

Optical Mouse: Resolution (800DPI). USB connection

8GB SD card with latest NOOBS pre-installed:

Includes applications; Scratch and Python Games. Pre-installed software lets you start the Pi in different modes (OS); Raspbian, Raspberry Pi OpenELEC (Choose, play music/photos/videos. Connect the Pi behind your TV, add a drive with your videos etc. on it. Browse using wireless mouse). ArchLinux (advanced users), Pidora (alternative to Raspbian). RaspBMC (like OpenELEC, built upon Raspbian, standard OS for Pi - use it for other things. RISC OS (alternative to Raspbian. Compact & fast for advanced users). High Power [All Region]

Power Adaptor: gives 2000mA, 5v and has dual USB power from a US/EU/UK plug (all plugs included).  

All the cables you need:

Red Micro noodle style USB cable: 1m long, connects to the power adaptor.

Orange Gold-plated 1.5m long premium HDMI to HDMI cable, V1.4: supports audio and 1080p video output.

HDMI to DVI adaptor: allows you to connect into a computer monitor(DVI Male 24 pin + 1 pin, HDMI Female 19 pin).

Micro SD card reader: whistle style. This is great for getting photos from your laptop to the Pi, or as a means to store media like films.

Clear Acrylic Pi case: 3mm thick snap together. Great for protecting your Pi, roomy to keep it cool, and clear so you can see all the LEDs and interfaces in action. Comes with how to assemble instructions too. 

 

Shipping

This kit weighs 1.4kg and the cost of shipping varies depending on where you are based.

We allow 48hrs to fulfill an order, and send UK orders using Royal Mail . Orders received over the weekend (Sat-Sun) will be fulfilled on a Monday.

 

Why Buy Me

This kit is a great no-nonsense kit for first time Raspberry Pi buyers as it has everything you need to get started including easy to follow instructions.  Very popular with schools.

Benefits include

High quality components like the very latest UK edition Model B Pi, 2 Amp power adapter and colourful flat cables - see the other tabs for details.

 

2 Amp (2000mA) power adapter.  You have to be a little careful with the Pi that you are not mean with the power you give it! If you are mean, you are limited to what components you can add, and mice, trackpads and other peripherals can start misbehaving.

 

Dual USB socket power adapter.  We provide this so you have a spare socket for future use.  This means that if you want to add a USB hub, powered speakers or any USB powered device to your system, you can do so with this socket.  It means that all the power to the devices at desk height is only 5V (totally safe).

 

Proper full size keyboard and mouse.  Dinky keyboards with track pads are fun too, but can be tricky with things like drag and drop (Which you will want to do on scratch) this kit has a full size keyboard which means you won’t get hampered if you suddenly decide to write your 10,000 word essay on your Pi.  

 

UK made Model 2 B Raspberry Pi. 700MHz processor, 512MB onboard memory, and 4 USB ports, Ethernet socket. We chose the Model 2 B for this kit, because it is fast, and gives you a lot more scope for projects later.  It is handy to have free USB ports for a whole range of reasons, such as to swap files on and off the Pi with a memory stick.

 

 

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