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Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 4GB Kits

C1208-C1145-C1216-SD16-NOOBS-C1239

Power Supply
SD Card
Case

 We offer kits featuring the Raspberry Pi 4 B 4GB!

We offer a menu of choices so you get exactly the kit you need!  Have a unique requirement such as a custom SD image or configuration?  Contact our sales department.

 

MicroSD Cards

You will need a microSD card to get started with the Pi, which is why we recommend that you order the kit with a 16GB or 32GB microSD card.  These high quality Class 10 SanDisk cards are pre-loaded with the NOOBS "New Out Of the Box Software".  NOOBS is an operating system installer that includes Raspbian and other popular Raspberry operating systems.   

Cases

We offer a range of cases with this kit.  Our favorite is the SecurePi case.  We designed this case for the Pi 4, and it is one of the only cases out there with passive cooling vents.  When ordered in these kits, the microSD and USB/HDMI/Power covers are not included, so be sure to add them if you need them.  Other cases include the HighPi case and the official Pi case.

 SecurePi Case for Raspberry Pi 4
SecurePi Case for Raspberry Pi 4
Official Pi Foundation Case (red) HighPi Case

 

Power Supplies

The Raspberry Pi 4 uses USB-C for power. Our kit includes an official 15W USB-C power supply, in your choice of white or black.

Heat Sinks

We include a  heat sink to keep your Pi cool.  Just install it on top of the Broadcom processor.  You don't *need* a heat sink, but they may allow your Pi to run at a higher processor load depending on how you use the Pi.

Display cables

Separate from this listing, you will probably need a display cable for your Pi.  The Raspberry Pi 4 has dual onboard microHDMI connectors. If you'd like to connect to an HDMI monitor, you will need microHDMI to HDMI cables.
 

 

Want to take it further?

Check out our wide range of Raspberry Pi accessories

Need ideas for your next project?  Check out the Raspberry Pi Foundation's official project page!

Lastly, be sure to check out our Raspberry Pi troubleshooting guide if you have any questions.