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Micro Center Stores: Google AIY Voice Kit for Raspberry Pi EXPIRED

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Select Micro Center Stores [store locator] have the Google AIY Voice Kit for Raspberry Pi on sale for $3.14. Select free store pickup where stock permits (currently unavailable for shipping). Thanks egress123

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  • Desription: "With this AIY Voice Kit from Google, you can build a standalone voice recognition system using the Google Assistant or add voice recognition and natural language processing to your Raspberry Pi based projects."
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I was at Microcenter to pick up Raspberry Pi Zero W for 3.14, and found the Google AIY Voice Kit for $3.14 as well.

http://www.microcenter.com/produc..._Voice_Kit

Note that it is designed to work with regular Raspberry Pi 3, but a quick google search shows that it does work with Pi Zero W as well.

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"Google AIY Projects brings do-it-yourself artificial intelligence to your maker projects. With this AIY Voice Kit from Google, you can build a standalone voice recognition system using the Google Assistant or add voice recognition and natural language processing to your Raspberry Pi based projects. The kit includes all of the components needed to assemble the basic kit that works with the Google Assistant SDK as well as on-device voice recognition with TensorFlow. To incorporate Google AIY into your Raspberry Pi projects, you will need a Raspberry Pi 3 Board, Micro SD Card, a size 00 Phillips screwdriver, and Scotch tape"
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Lol paranoid much? I guess this deal is not for people like you. If you have no interest in it, why do you come in here and leave uneducated comments like this? Too much free time? Don't you have squirrel to shoot and eat in your backyard or something?
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Too bad it's In store only.
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Too bad it's In store only.
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Yeah, I need some pi love too but I live in Maine.
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What's it do?
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interesting, i should get started with pi looks like
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"Google AIY Projects brings do-it-yourself artificial intelligence to your maker projects. With this AIY Voice Kit from Google, you can build a standalone voice recognition system using the Google Assistant or add voice recognition and natural language processing to your Raspberry Pi based projects. The kit includes all of the components needed to assemble the basic kit that works with the Google Assistant SDK as well as on-device voice recognition with TensorFlow. To incorporate Google AIY into your Raspberry Pi projects, you will need a Raspberry Pi 3 Board, Micro SD Card, a size 00 Phillips screwdriver, and Scotch tape"
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Will this work with Raspberry pi 0 W to make voice recognition system?
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"Google AIY Projects brings do-it-yourself artificial intelligence to your maker projects. With this AIY Voice Kit from Google, you can build a standalone voice recognition system using the Google Assistant or add voice recognition and natural language processing to your Raspberry Pi based projects. The kit includes all of the components needed to assemble the basic kit that works with the Google Assistant SDK as well as on-device voice recognition with TensorFlow. To incorporate Google AIY into your Raspberry Pi projects, you will need a Raspberry Pi 3 Board, Micro SD Card, a size 00 Phillips screwdriver, and Scotch tape"
Wow that's so cool....basically a google home for $3?!
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Wow that's so cool....basically a google home for $3?!
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you will need a Raspberry Pi 3 Board, Micro SD Card, a size 00 Phillips screwdriver, and Scotch tape
Assuming you already have screwdriver and tape, you still need to buy the pi3 board and microsd card,
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okay. please tell me that this a special price for pi day and not just a coincidence.
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Awesome price. I'd buy at this price + shipping if they offered it. Oh well.
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This is useless as a standalone item?
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Bought this at $3.14, the Pi Zero W for $3.14, and a Pi Zero W case for $3.14 over the weekend. Never played with any of these before, but for under $10, I'll kill some time.
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Picked up pi w and this for under $10
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