Learning DIY electronics can be challenging, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be fun too. The Piper Raspberry Pi Kit teaches you the essentials of computer engineering via Minecraft challenges, and is the most fun way to learn DIY electronics. It’s normally $300, but Kotaku readers can save $50 plus free shipping with code PIPER10.
- Learn the inner workings of computer electronics
- Build a self-contained computer running on a Raspberry Pi 2 Project Board
- Play Minecraft challenges that include hardware components
- Connect to Wi-Fi for extra levels & sharing capabilities
- Tinker w/ LED lights, motion sensors, buzzers, buttons & switches
The computer comes loaded with a modified version of Minecraft, which the player can only progress by using the supplied hardware components. It’s a fun way to learn electronics and programming.
Normally $299, you can get the Piper Rasperry Pi Kit for just $250 with free US shipping by using code PIPER10 at checkout. Hit the link below to grab yours.
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