In recent years have you been asking to buy a Raspberry Pi? Well, today may be the day you actually do it.
Building a Raspberry Pi Media Center or a retro game console can be tricky if you do not know what you are doing. You have to find the right parts, and often you can spend more than $ 1
For this reason, starter kits are a good starting point for new Raspberry Pi developers. Starter kits are usually inexpensive, and they can be a great way to get all the parts you need without much work.
Woot currently sells an ultimate Raspberry Pi 3 B + starter kit and a super retro gaming kit for $ 70 each. That's $ 20 for an already cheap kit. Both kits come with a Raspberry Pi 3 B +, power supply, heatsink, 32GB Samsung SD card, HDMI cable and construction manual.
The Ultimate Starter Kit is designed for inexperienced programmers or those who want to build a device tiny media center for their TV. The package includes a clear housing, jumper cables, LEDs, ribbon cable, an Ethernet port and a dual-band 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz wireless LAN connection. Not to mention, it's preinstalled with NOOBS, a simple operating system installer, so you can get started right away.
The Super Retro Gaming Kit is obviously aimed at retro gamers. It's not preinstalled with all games, but comes with two SNES gamepads, a SNES case with built-in fan, a RetroPie Download Wizard, a Bluetooth port, and a Wi-Fi port.