Being the apt and internet-aware customer that you are, I will forgo all of the ridiculous pie/Pi-related jokes and references you've come to abhor on this day of days. Let's get straight to the goods! Below we have a selection of some of our newest Raspberry Pi products, as well as some deep discounts on several of our other Pi offerings. Just don't take too long browsing, as the sale prices expire at midnight MDT tonight. Pi deals like this will really leave your mouth wateri...awww, dang it!
First off we'd like to introduce our brand new Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit, available for pre-order now:
The Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit is a great way to gain a solid introduction to the small, credit-card sized computer. With this kit, which doesn't require any soldering, you will be able to get your Raspberry Pi 3 connected through our SparkFun Pi Wedge to a breadboard and, by utilizing the Pi's 40-pin GPIO, control pushbuttons, LEDs, and a host of user created circuits. If you're looking for a new challenge or a way to get in on the RPi craze, pre-order your Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit!
We are also announcing the brand new Web of Things Kit, which is also available for pre-order:
This is the Web of Things (WoT) Kit, a comprehensive, hands-on kit that teaches you about the intersection of the Internet of Things (IoT) and modern Web technologies. This kit utilizes the Raspberry Pi 3 model as its medium, with an 16GB SD card and USB cable, a prototyping board with jumper wires, and various sensors (motion, humidity, temperature) and LEDs. In a few hours, you'll learn how to use Node.js to build a flexible REST API that allows anyone in the world to interact with your Pi in real time!
Next, we'd like to remind you that we are still taking pre-orders on the brand new Raspberry Pi 3, and if you placed a pre-order earlier, we have begun shipping them!
For your third helping (ugh...), here's the lists of all the products that are on sale – today only.
We hope you enjoyed yet another celebration of our favorite mathematical constant and check back soon for some even sweeter (bleh...) Arduino Day news!