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Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Complete Starter Kit with 4GB RAM $127.49 Delivered @ Globmall via Amazon AU

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LABISTS Raspberry Pi 4 Complete Starter Kit with Pi 4 Model B 4GB RAM Board, 32GB Micro SD Card Preloaded Noobs, 5V 3A Power Supply, Case, HDMI Cable, SD Card Reader (USB A&USB C), Fan, Heatsinks

  • Includes Made in UK Raspberry Pi 4 (Raspberry Pi 4 Model B): 4GB LPDDR4-3200 SDRAM; Broadcom BCM2711, Quad core Cortex-A72 (ARM v8) 64-bit SoC @ 1.5GHz; faster Gigabit Ethernet, and Power-over-Ethernet support (with separate PoE HAT). The fastest Raspberry Pi until now
  • Small But Powerful Mini PC: 2 × micro-HDMI ports (up to 4kp60 supported) for high clear display; 2 USB 3.0 ports plus 2 USB 2.0 ports, faster data transfer speed than Raspberry Pi 3 B+
  • 32 GB SanDisk Micro SD Card (Class 10) Pre-loaded with NOOBS, plus USB MicroSD Card Reader with USB-A and USB-C ports (compatible with all USB C devices such as Macbook). You can plug and play; 5V 3A on/off Switch Power Supply with USB C Cable and Noise Filter, Specially designed for the Raspberry Pi 4
  • Equipped with 3 premium copper heat sinks with better heat dissipation than aluminum ones and prevent system failure. It also comes with a fan and installs tools, a real raspberry pi complete starter kit. Don’t worry to run big software you can’t run on the Raspberry Pi 3 B+
  • Premium Black Case, offers your Raspberry pi good protection. And it leaves access to power, audio/video, USB, LAN, micro SD card, and HDMI connector; Leaves space for fan and gap for heat dissipation. High Quality HDMI Cable, connect the board to your TV or monitor easily. Get this raspberry pi to build your own retro pie or home media center

Amazon AU Lightning deal until 14:00 or until sold out. At time of posting, 42% claimed.

Edit: 100% claimed, join waitlist.

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Comments

  • Im curious, what does everyone who has these little things do with theirs?

  • Just be aware and read the fan noise issues with this kit. Rest all is well and good price considering the AUD.

  • +4 votes

    The best RPi4 Case is the argon one - https://www.argon40.com/argon-one-raspberry-pi-4-case.html

    • Wow, that case is incredible!

      • it is amazing! The fan is never on, and looks and feels amazing. Runs between 34degrees and 40degrees. The fan kicks in at:

        When the CPU temperature is at 55 C, the fan will run at 10% of its maximum speed
        When the CPU temperature is at 60 C, the fan will run at 55% of its maximum speed
        When the CPU temperature is at 65 C, the fan will run at 100% of its maximum speed

        • There is only one very minor issue with Argon One due to the use of the daughter board:

          It would prevent an iPad Pro from being able to power the Pi. A user confirmed it (only when he connects the Pi directly to iPad Pro, it would work). Not exactly sure why the daughter board would cause that. He did disconnect the fan and still couldn't get it to work. He really likes the case, but he had to return it.

          There isn't really a perfect case for RPi4. Argon One is probably the best. However, if you are geeky, you would use the GPIO port available without the need to open the cover.

    • The Argon Neo is great too. Good if you don't need as much access as the One.

      • Argon Neo is smaller. You do need to buy the fan separate though. The added fan does block out half of the GPIO text and convert the GPIO socket into a female socket.

        Both Argon Neo and Argon One need to have the cover opened in order to use the GPIO though. Agon's Fan control software is handy. Argon One moves the power button to the outside and that is nice. With Neo, you need to get the fan attachment for the button (and you do need to remove the top cover to access it.

        Argon cases are nice, but they are pricey (compared to a cheap case with fan). They are more attractive now because cheap cases with fan from China take ages to arrive here. Thing is, once you add in the Argon case and a power supply (potentially the official one), it starts to add up. Then, there is the 8GB version of RPi 4.

        • I don't even bother with the fan. The fact that the entire case is a heatsink is more than enough for my projects to run.

          • @Tacooo: I have the Neo as well, but my $8 AUD case for my old RPi has a fan so I also bought the fan as well.

            Honestly though, the $8 case is alright. You can add a power button using GPIO pin 5 & 6. With an extension pin cable, the fan can be turn on and off (or if you can do a bit of soldering, 1 resistor + 1 transistor (less than $1 combined) + some wires, you can get the same level of fan control as Argon). It's a real pity it takes 6 weeks for that to arrive and local seller's cheap cases are not as good and more expensive.

            Argon's fan add-on is pricey. You do get software fan control and that power button. For most people, it is probably easier. The actual fan itself isn't that great.

  • This or 8gb for emulation

  • is the 2 cable included mini HDMI to HDMI?

  • Wow - Raspberry Pi's are now more powerful than my old computer!

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