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Reddit reviews on Freenove Ultimate Starter Kit for Raspberry Pi 4 B 3 B+, 434 Pages Detailed Tutorials, Python C Java, 223 Items, 57 Projects, Learn Electronics and Programming, Solderless Breadboard

Sentiment score: 4
Reddit mentions: 6

We found 6 Reddit mentions of Freenove Ultimate Starter Kit for Raspberry Pi 4 B 3 B+, 434 Pages Detailed Tutorials, Python C Java, 223 Items, 57 Projects, Learn Electronics and Programming, Solderless Breadboard. Here are the top ones.

3 programing languages -> C, Python (compatible with 2&3) and Java.434 pages detailed PDF tutorials (include basic electronics knowledge) and complete code -> Download link: https://git.io/fjgTR223 items for 57 interesting projects -> Each project has circuit diagram and tested code with detailed explanation.Compatible models -> Raspberry Pi 4B / 3B+ / 3B / 3A+ / 2B / 1B+ / 1A+ / Zero W / Zero. (NOT included in this kit)Get support -> Our technical service team is always ready to answer your questions.

Found 6 comments on Freenove Ultimate Starter Kit for Raspberry Pi 4 B 3 B+, 434 Pages Detailed Tutorials, Python C Java, 223 Items, 57 Projects, Learn Electronics and Programming, Solderless Breadboard:

u/ghostintheruins · 3 pointsr/RASPBERRY_PI_PROJECTS

It depends on what you want to do with it. If you’re a real beginner you could start learning python and could get one of those starter kits full of electronic components with tutorials. I’ve bought one of these kits and found them quite good. Their support is amazing too.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Freenove-Raspberry-Processing-Tutorials-Components/dp/B06W54L7B5

Freenove.com

u/shasum · 2 pointsr/linuxquestions

That's an excellent little prototyping kit - perfect to get things started. With that he'll be able to figure out how to drive some good circuits. The original link is everything (including the Pi) to get the "other half" going :)

I see a related kit too which looks like a good adjunct to this pair at:

https://www.amazon.com/Freenove-Raspberry-Processing-Tutorials-Components/dp/B06W54L7B5

It's a little more advanced that particular one, but does have some cool displays and motors, as well as a DHT-11 temperature sensor.

u/Willingo · 1 pointr/raspberry_pi

I made my own toolbox for my work, since there wasn't really one out there. I know there is a library (different word, same thing essentially, right?) for what I do in python, but ultimately this is for fun.

I found a couple sensor kits that seem to have good documentation. Here is my amazon list if anyone could point out an obvious oversight. I have a monitor, keyboard, and mouse.

The "Freenove Ultimate Starter Kit for Rasperry Pi" and "Sunfounder Rasperry Pi 37 modules sensor kit v2.0"

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07896TMD9/
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06W54L7B5/
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0719SX3GC/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=AIDH4D2DQX4RX&psc=1

u/ExFiler · 1 pointr/raspberry_pi

I too am just starting. I did buy the Raspberry Pi and a starter kit though. Here's what I picked up:

V-Kits Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ (Plus) Complete Starter Kit with Official Black Case [LATEST MODEL 2018]

and

Freenove Ultimate Starter Kit for Raspberry Pi | Beginner Learning | Model 3B+ 3B 2B 1B+ 1A+ Zero W | Python, C, Java, Processing | 57 Projects, 401 Pages Detailed Tutorials, 220+ Components

They seemed reasonably priced and the Frenove kit has enough parts to jump in. There is also a link in the Freenove page to some starter info and tutorials.

Now I just need to sit down and start using this.

u/Musical_Muze · 1 pointr/raspberry_pi

Honestly, I got the 8x8 matrix in an electronics beginner kit ( this one, highly recommend it if you want to experiment with controlling hardware wtih the RasPi) and it was the first thing that really sparked my interest. So I've been slowly learning how it works and brewing ideas of how to use it.