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It's Pi Day, and for $35 you can pick-up the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ with a faster processor and dual-band Wi-Fi.
It's Pi Day 2018, and Newegg is celebrating with a bunch of deals on Raspberry Pi and general maker gear.
Right now, getting a fix of classic gaming is $10 cheaper.
Element 14's Pi Desktop kit includes everything you need to transform the Raspberry Pi 3 into a low-powered HTPC, including an mSATA interface for an SSD.
The $5 Raspberry Pi Zero is now available for $10, with the added bonus of a wireless chip.
Our top picks range from basic Raspberry Pi 3 starter kits to hardware bundles for specialized projects.
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