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# 223628 9-Oct-2017 19:06
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I'm slowly going through replacing my Raspberry Pis with Odroids.

 

Have a few Pis here to rehome:

1) Raspberry Pi 3 w/ official red + white case, 32gb Sandisk SD Card - $65.00.
2) Raspberry Pi Zero (Wireless version) w/ Mini HDMI to HDMI adapter, 100Mbit micro USB Ethernet adapter, USB OTG cable, NO SD CARD - $40.00.

 

The Raspberry Pi 3 comes preinstalled with a fresh copy of DietPi (a lightweight and feature packed Debian based OS). Free shipping NZ wide or pickup in Wellington.





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  # 1880040 9-Oct-2017 20:07
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On the unlikely chance noone snaffles that up quickly, I'd buy the Pi 3 end of next week cos I've already blown my toys budget :-)





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  # 1880128 9-Oct-2017 22:34
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I'm keen on the pi3 please.

 
 
 
 




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  # 1880129 9-Oct-2017 22:35
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Just got a pending sale now on them both from another member.





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i have a couple of raspberry pi 3s I could part with.  come with cases (no power or sd card though).  anyone interested PM me.  $60 each free shipping in NZ




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