– Raspberry PI Parts –

Raspberry PI Web Cam

Just to get the Raspberry PI up and running you need a few extra parts than what comes in the box, these are under the essential group below. We also have a second section of add-ons that are all optional however they will make your PI far more versatile as a project base.

Essential Parts for you Raspberry PI

Micro USB Power Source
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UK AmazonUSA Amazon There are a lot of great chargers out there that will work with your PI. For something that’s cheap and has a high chance of working we suggest the Nokia N97 charger or the Motorola equivalent  because it’s  power output matches the PI perfect, and the build quality is far better than most around this price.
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There are a lot of great chargers out there that will work with your PI. For something that’s cheap and has a high chance of working we suggest the Nokia N97 charger or the Motorola equivalent  because it’s  power output matches the PI perfect, and the build quality is far better than most around this price.
 SD Card51gyZNATO8L._SL500_AA300_ UK AmazonUSA Amazon One of the more import parts of your Raspberry PI, this is where all of your operating system, programs and files will be stored on a normal installation. It’s always a good idea to start around 8GB so you have room for growth, and go with a high speed SD card.
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Getting connected to a network is normally something that you will want to or even need to do at some point, ethernet cables are the easiest method and work almost out of the box.
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Another way to get network connectivity is via a WiFi dongle, we have a great guide on getting setup over here. This is a great solution if your trying to make a Pi more mobile.

We will be adding some not so essential items soon, keep checking back for some interesting additions.