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Reddit reviews on CanaKit Raspberry Pi 3 B+ (B Plus) Starter Kit (32 GB EVO+ Edition, Premium Black Case)

Sentiment score: 4
Reddit mentions: 19

We found 19 Reddit mentions of CanaKit Raspberry Pi 3 B+ (B Plus) Starter Kit (32 GB EVO+ Edition, Premium Black Case). Here are the top ones.

Includes Made in UK Raspberry Pi 3 B+ (B Plus) with 1.4 GHz 64-bit Quad-Core Processor, 1 GB RAMDual Band 2.4GHz and 5GHz IEEE 802.11.b/g/n/ac Wireless LAN, Enhanced Ethernet Performance32 GB Samsung EVO+ Micro SD Card (Class 10) Pre-loaded with NOOBS, USB MicroSD Card ReaderCanaKit 2.5A USB Power Supply with Micro USB Cable and Noise Filter - Specially designed for the Raspberry Pi 3 B+ (UL Listed)Premium Raspberry Pi 3 B+ Case, High Quality HDMI Cable, 2 x Heat Sinks, GPIO Quick Reference Card, CanaKit Full Color Quick-Start Guide

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Found 19 comments on CanaKit Raspberry Pi 3 B+ (B Plus) Starter Kit (32 GB EVO+ Edition, Premium Black Case):

u/aberuwork · 8 pointsr/DotA2

https://pi-hole.net/ + https://www.amazon.com/CanaKit-Raspberry-Starter-Premium-Black/dp/B07BCC8PK7

If you are technically inclined and want to block ads network wide in the home.

u/neruat · 5 pointsr/technology

In Canada, here's the kit I picked up off Amazon:

CanaKit Raspberry Pi 3 B+ (B Plus) Starter Kit (32 GB EVO+ Edition, Premium Black Case) https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07BCC8PK7/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apap_kkAqsSvlhTafy

There are videos on YouTube that show you how to assemble, and the kit itself comes with decent enough instructions. The kit includes

  • motherboard

  • heat sinks

  • enclosure and power cord

  • SD card

  • power switch (this seemed unnecessary)

  • HDMI cable

u/VA_Network_Nerd · 3 pointsr/ITCareerQuestions

There are three pathways through the "technology jobs" jungle.

  1. Computer Science / Computer Engineering / Software Engineering.
  • All of these degrees prepare you to create or assist in the creation of new technologies.
  • You might create new software, or a new mobile app, or even a new device.
  1. Information Systems / Information Technology.
  • These degrees generally prepare you to support or implement existing technologies.
  • You didn't invent it, but you help keep it working, or help improve it to better assist the business.
  1. Information Security / Cyber Security / Information Assurance
  • These degrees generally prepare you to help secure businesses and their technologies.
  • Some aspects of these areas are technical and complex as hell, often requiring Masters-level education for you to be an effective staffer.

    Those are guidelines, or rules of thumb. Those are not absolute mandates.

    A Computer Science degree can truly prepare you to fulfil any role I described above (Create, Support or Secure).

    Cyber Security is seriously complicated, and is not a great subject for an undergraduate degree. There is just so much stuff you need to know for CyberSec, it's best served as a Masters Degree subject.


    You can set into any decent college on day one not knowing a damned thing about anything I mentioned above and exit college 4-5 years layer perfectly qualified for employment.

    It certainly helps to be dabbling with technology now, as a High Schooler. But it is NOT mandatory.

    All you need is a spark of real honest interest, and the willingness to learn and explore beyond the classroom.

    Read that line a second time. Read it out loud.

    Those who attend class, take notes and then go back to their dorm and play SmashBrothers tend to not be especially successful in this career field.

    Those who attend class, take notes, ask questions in class, and ask more questions after class and hook up with fellow enthusiasts after class in a technology club, and participate in online exploration of more technologies, and build shit with technology in their dorms... Yeah. Those are the people who are going to move quickly up this career.

    Six-Figure salaries are NOT difficult to access in this line of work.

    You can be earning $100K before you are 25 down several of these paths, and before you are 30 down most of these paths - if you apply yourself meaningfully.

    Want to explore all of this for cheap?

    Consider buying a Raspberry Pi.

    If you have a desktop PC this is a super cheap and easy project.
    If all you have is a laptop, this is less easy and less cheap.

    https://www.amazon.com/CanaKit-Raspberry-Starter-Premium-Black/dp/B07BCC8PK7/

    $79 gets you a complete kit.
    You just need a keyboard, mouse and a monitor (which you might already have if you own a PC).

    Have a look in here: /r/raspberry_pi/

    A Raspberry Pi is a complete computer the size of an Altoids tin.
    It runs a version of the extremely powerful and flexible Linux operating system.

    You can turn your RasPi into a Web Server, or a Video streaming server, or an MP3 streaming server, or a Robot controller, or a Weather Station, use it to learn how to create software.

    It is an immensely powerful tool for learning and exploration.

    Some sample projects:

    https://raspberrytips.com/raspberry-pi-projects-for-home/

    -----

    I can't tell you if this career field is right for you or not.
    But I can tell you there is plenty of room for you in this career field if you want to join us.

    What do you think you'd like to learn more about?

    Pick a direction. Pick a buzzword.
u/8Bits1132 · 3 pointsr/RetroPie

I've started with the CanaKit 3 model B (not plus) and just built my setup from there (formatted SD card, downloaded, flashed, and configured RetroPie, then transfer the ROMs). It has everything you'll need minus controllers (you'll have to provide those yourself)

This is the kit that I found that has the basics. https://www.amazon.com/CanaKit-Raspberry-Starter-Premium-Black/dp/B07BCC8PK7/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1540165862&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=canakit&dpPl=1&dpID=51QERaUXmBL&ref=plSrch

u/tour__de__franzia · 3 pointsr/pihole

I think I'm similar to you in skill level and I was able to do it. I bought a canakit like this one...

https://www.amazon.com/CanaKit-Raspberry-Starter-Premium-Black/dp/B07BCC8PK7/ref=mp_s_a_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1540821578&sr=8-6&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=pi+3b%2B&dpPl=1&dpID=51QERaUXmBL&ref=plSrch

It comes with an SD card with noobs (operating system) installed. At that point setting up pihole was just running a command line and following a few prompts be and it was all set up.

It's probably not the cheapest or best way to get started, but for me paying a little extra cash to ease my way into working with pi was a good trade-off. Overall I think it was like 30 minutes from opening the box to having pihole functioning on my network.

I'm pretty sure you could do something similar with a pi zero. I bought the 3b+ bc I wanted to explore pi and it's potential and again the $80 wasn't a big deal.

u/redlotusaustin · 3 pointsr/raspberry_pi

Get a 3 B+ kit with everything you need (aside from the keyboard, mouse & screen) for $80: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BCC8PK7/ref=psdc_3015426011_t1_B07BC6WH7V

No soldering required and you can be up & running in <5 mins.

u/PriceKnight · 2 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

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u/Punpun_Daddy · 2 pointsr/RetroPie

Thank you a ton for your response, very helpful! I was wondering though, will the Power Supply that is included in this CanaKit work well enough to run 2-4 Controllers and with this case? Sorry once again, I'm new to this whole thing and haven't had much experience with stuff similar to this in the past.

u/benbrockn · 1 pointr/buildapcforme

I noticed no one else suggested that. A model 3b+ kit is about $80 --this one comes with a power switch and a 32GB card-- then add a cheapo 1366x768 or 1080p monitor, with a cheap Logitech mouse/keyboard combo. All of that should be around $200.

u/sizzlingmonster · 1 pointr/UnsolvedMysteries

Thank you for the reply !!! Is this what you are referring to https://www.amazon.com/CanaKit-Raspberry-Starter-Premium-Black/dp/B07BCC8PK7/ref=mp_s_a_1_1_sspa?keywords=raspberry+pi&qid=1556851287&s=gateway&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1 ? Do you just install that in your computer some how ? I am an idiot when it comes to technology like this , thanks 🙏

u/tinspoons · 1 pointr/pihole

So something like this on amazon? Would appreciate a recommendation if you have one.

Thanks again for the help!

u/jc_xyz · 1 pointr/buildapc

Have you considered swapping your GPU with this:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BCC8PK7

I use it for my high performance rig, not sure if you’d get the most out of it though if you’re not utilizing full performance potential. Maybe try looking up what overclocking is. I always use at least a 150 block render radius but I’m not really mining casually

u/radicalleem · 1 pointr/raspberry_pi

Thank you Jeff, I’m buying my first Pi Tomorrow. Does this Amazon Canakit Pi look decently priced? What else would I need? (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BCC8PK7/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_UWTXAbXG895A8)