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How to spend $1,500 on Raspberry Pi's for a school

August 27, 2013

We recently had a customer in the Midwest approach us to ask for suggestions on how to spend $1,500 in grant money on Raspberry Pi systems.  They are setting up a lab class for high school students, and they realized that the Raspberry Pi is the perfect platform for computer exploration and education.

Here is what we are recommending to them:

All of that comes to just over $1,500.  Naturally shipping would be free, and we would probably throw in a few other goodies.  We would also include more recommended projects, and complementary support to get everything going.  We would also configure their Raspberry Pi's so they would be ready to do any of the above projects.

We hope to hear from more educators soon!  

 




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