Announcing our Raspberry Pi 3 Ultimate Starter Kit Giveaway

We're giving away a Raspberry Pi 3 Ultimate Starter Kit

Announcing our Raspberry Pi 3 Ultimate Starter Kit Giveaway
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CanaKit.

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!

17 Comments

aslam

a nice idea for opensourse user

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Don Watkins

Great idea. I shared it on Twitter, Facebook and email.

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JaspEr

Why not Poland?

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Eduardo

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

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lizcayne@gmail.com

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

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trux

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

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michelleg

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

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

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Alex Sanchez

Yes, that's correct.

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michelleg

I really hoped that wasn't the case. :) Thanks for replying.

Good luck to all non-government employees and family members who enter!

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Marco Paranhos

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.

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jjayala

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.

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OriginalASM

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.

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fitriantoh

My country is not in list,so ... :(

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Steve Dave

When does the drawing take place?

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robet

WHY NO POLADN!?!?!?/TR

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robet

I NEED POLAND!?

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caralu74

And the results? I`ve got still illusion!

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