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Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3 Development Board - Camera Ready
$0.99 in-store
http://www.microcenter.com/single_product_results.aspx?sku=035543

The Raspberry Pi Zero is half the size of a Model A+, with twice the utility. A tiny Raspberry Pi thats affordable enough for any project!

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Might want to mention it's normally $5. Nice deal if you need many.

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Yeah, good luck getting "many". There's a limit of One Per Household. You have to find a sales guy to print you a ticket, which you take to the cashier, who takes it to the lockup cage, and brings it out to you. Sometimes they'll ask if you want the $0.99 Protection Plan. Sometimes they'll ask you to join The Club. God forbid you actually tell them your name or phone #, because then they'll see you've already purchased One of these last month, and that was your One Per Household, you dirty hoarder!!! It doesn't matter if they're $0.00 or $10.00. It's a total waste of time, unless you live or work right next door to Microcenter.

If you need "many", just wait until Supply catches up to Demand, and order a bunch online. Last time I looked, you couldn't even buy the $5 unit anywhere online, because the authorized vendors were repackaging them all into $20 bundles with usb cables or power supplies or other crap you already have lying around.

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Was looking to get into this. Might get one at this price. Also you need some more items to get this thing working.

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bobley said:   Might want to mention it's normally $5. Nice deal if you need many.
~~Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3 Development Board - Camera Ready
99
for 1st. unit / IN-STORE ONLY / 035543
$9.99 each
2nd-5th units
$12.99 each
6th+ units

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Slickone said:   The $5 Raspberry Pi Zero is too damn expensive
Note: see comments

size = cost
add-on what you need. it's comparable to the A+

IMO the guy's an idiot, he'll probably make the same uneven comments about the different arduino's

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^ Yeah. I read that a couple weeks ago but I think there was some useful info in the comments. Thus the see comments note.

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Slickone said:   ^ Yeah. I read that a couple weeks ago but I think there was some useful info in the comments. Thus the see comments note.

I skipped that part. glad to see I'm the norm...

saw a link for a $3 usb wifi adapter.

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Slickone said:   ^ Yeah. I read that a couple weeks ago but I think there was some useful info in the comments. Thus the see comments note.
I skipped that part. glad to see I'm the norm...

saw a link for a $3 usb wifi adapter.

I bought a few nano usb wifi adapters from eBay for less than $2 ea.
my problem now is that those Pi zero's are so small, I lost mine - i mean, I "put them away" but forgot where I put them! :-/

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