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Raspberry Pi Foundation Starter Kit

In 2016, the Raspberry Pi Foundation sold their ten millionth Raspberry Pi, and to celebrate, they released the Raspberry Pi Starter Kit, a collection of their "own idea of what the perfect bundle would look like." The kit includes a Raspberry Pi 3, mouse, keyboard, case, power supply with a set of international power adapters, HDMI cable, SD card, and an instructional book on coding for the Raspberry Pi. The kit is available from various suppliers for $130/£99.


Teensy USB Boards

PJRC offers a number of 8-bit and 32-bit Teensy boards based on the Atmel AVR and Cortex-M4 processors. These small boards have minimal footprints (1.2x0.7 to 2.4x0.7 inches), can use Arduino software and libraries, and come with the Teensy Loader (in GUI and command-line versions) for downloading and executing your programs on the boards and other software development tools (e.g., WinAVR C compiler; Teensyduino, an add-on for the Arduino IDE). The PJRC website has specs, hardware and software add-ons, and use examples. Boards range in price from $10 to $30.


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