A teeny, tiny Raspberry Pi computer

This tiny computer isn't just cutest thing we ever did see, it's actually incredibly powerful too. If you play your cards right, you can program Raspberry Pi (no relation to actual, delicious pie) to control physical objects on your command.

You'll just need a Raspberry Pi (duh) and a few courses to learn how to use it – all conveniently included in the Complete Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit.e95870989c0b5daa08517fcfe872a32a6b807807_main_hero_image

So what exactly will you be able to do with your Raspberry Pi? We asked the same question and were pretty blown away by the possibilities. Our fellow Raspberry Pi hobbyists have created everything from robots, to RC cars, to Pi-operated mobile phones.

One musical Pi-est even constructed a drum set made of vegetables. One simply hits a beet to hear a drumbeat. Seriously.

Whether you're super techie or just looking to build a beer can keyboard, you'll enjoy the newly improved, speedy Pi Version 3 included in this pack. Using version 2 is practically equivalent to using an iPhone 4, and you're not 80 years old so c'mon!  

Snag this new version and six online courses together for 55% off the usual price – at just $119.99.