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Announcing our Raspberry Pi 3 Ultimate Starter Kit Giveaway


Between the release of the new Raspberry Pi 3 on March 1 and our Pi Day celebration last week, it's been a big month for fans of the $35 mini computer.

To add to the excitement, we're pleased to announce our Raspberry Pi 3 Sweepstakes, where we'll be giving away a Raspberry Pi 3 Ultimate Starter Kit.

In addition to the latest and greatest Raspberry Pi computer, the kit ships with lots of fun extras to help get you started, including:

  • Heat sink
  • Full-sized large breadboard
  • High-quality Raspberry Pi case
  • 6.5-foot HDMI cable
  • LEDs, resistors, push button switches, jumper wires, and more

Enter to win by March 31 at 11:59 p.m. EDT. All you need to do is complete the official entry form:

Don't forget to read our official rules to make sure you're eligible.

Good luck!

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a nice idea for opensourse user

Why not Poland?

Too bad that being an "open source" related raffle, it is not available to all the countries. Need to be more open I guess...

You can add a NexDock to this kit so that winner could use Raspberry Pi as a laptop!

Truly baffled this is not open to more countries... failed openness or legal caveats?

Interesting rule: Government employees and contractors are not eligible to enter.

This means ALL government employees at the state and federal level, right?

I love it. I have some ideas and want to implement them soon. I am aware of the risks before starting the project. I am also doing a strategy to not have too many losses.

Good idea, bad implementation. I agree with the comments about including more countries. I am from Mexico and I see there isn't any Latin American country. I hope you consider our comments for coming contests.

Raspberry pi 3 is a huge improvement. Hopefully will be able to cleanly run my speech project I tried with the original pi. Pi was great. Pi2 was awesome and pi3 looks promising. That's left to be seen if it earns the fantastic tag.

When does the drawing take place?



And the results? I`ve got still illusion!

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