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MicroCenter Stores: Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3 Development Board EXPIRED

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MicroCenter.com [Store Locator] has Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3 Development Board (034868) on sale for $3.14. Valid for in-stores purchases only. Thanks suihuamo

Note, offer valid in-stores only and selection may vary by location. You may reserve your in-store pickup online.

Specs:
  • 1Ghz Broadcom BCM2835 Microprocessor
  • 512MB SDRAM
  • 40 GPIO pins
  • Ports:
    • Micro-USB 2.0
    • USB
    • Mini-HDMI
    • MicroSD Card Slot
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Micro Center has the Raspberry Pi Zero Board for $3.14 in store only.

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Suggest good projects that you personally have done it with Pi Zero/Pi Zero W-

1) pi-hole
2) motionEyeOS
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It looks like they also have the Raspberry Pi Zero W (the Zero with wireless) and the "official" Raspberry Pi Zero case on sale for $3.14. Might as well pickup the W instead, unless you're particularly concerned about the extra power consumption.

Raspberry Pi Zero W [microcenter.com]

Official Raspberry Pi Zero Case [microcenter.com]
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Sure wish they had a store in Central Florida!
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Pi Zero W is definitely the better deal since sale price is normally $5 and the regular (NoWifi) Pi Zero has been $1 in the past.



VPN, Pi-hole (network Ad-Block), CUPS network printer server, VOIP asterisk server


Well, today is the 10th, so I imagine at least through Pi Day-the 3/14
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Order (reserve) online for in store pickup. Appears to be limit 1 at this price.
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It looks like they also have the Raspberry Pi Zero W (the Zero with wireless) and the "official" Raspberry Pi Zero case on sale for $3.14. Might as well pickup the W instead, unless you're particularly concerned about the extra power consumption.

Raspberry Pi Zero W [microcenter.com]

Official Raspberry Pi Zero Case [microcenter.com]
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Awesome. Been meaning to pick up another pi zero w. Made my first one into a pi hole.
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I have too many of these at home that I haven't really found a good use for yet. Same with the full board. What are you guys using these for? I originally had one set up as a vpn, but no need for it now.
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Might pick another one up since MC is just down the street. But I still haven't used the $5 zeroW I bought a few months ago. I actually don't know where it went which is why I'm going to pick another up. Had a plan to turn it into a retropie
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wonder how long this will be available? I will be in town next to a micro center on the 14th....
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It looks like they also have the Raspberry Pi Zero W (the Zero with wireless) and the "official" Raspberry Pi Zero case on sale for $3.14. Might as well pickup the W instead, unless you're particularly concerned about the extra power consumption.

Raspberry Pi Zero W [microcenter.com]

Official Raspberry Pi Zero Case [microcenter.com]
Pi Zero W is definitely the better deal since sale price is normally $5 and the regular (NoWifi) Pi Zero has been $1 in the past.

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I have too many of these at home that I haven't really found a good use for yet. Same with the full board. What are you guys using these for? I originally had one set up as a vpn, but no need for it now.
VPN, Pi-hole (network Ad-Block), CUPS network printer server, VOIP asterisk server
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wonder how long this will be available? I will be in town next to a micro center on the 14th....
Well, today is the 10th, so I imagine at least through Pi Day-the 3/14
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Sure wish they had a store in Central Florida!
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At least Fry's usually has shipping available as an option, so those of you without one yet close to a microcenter get the best of both worlds...
Lol, not exactly.

Shipping is typically not free unless over $49 at Frys. Any decent deal requires a newsletter promo code for deals that don't even go live at the scheduled time and then when it's in stock or deal active, 5 people get it while hundreds of others get OOS or backordered for delivery AFTER the rebate has expired.
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Can you use this for retro pi
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I have too many of these at home that I haven't really found a good use for yet. Same with the full board. What are you guys using these for? I originally had one set up as a vpn, but no need for it now.
My Pi Zero runs BOTH habridge software to interface Alexa to control my X10 devices, and OctoPi for remote control and video of my 3D printer.

That's one hard working $5 computer (+$7 for the wifi adapter).

Printed out a custom case to hold the Pi zero, camera, and a 4 USB hub board, which hangs on the side of my 3D printer.

Too bad MC is 80mi drive or I'd get a Pi ZW for $3.14.
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