Raspberry Pi is a mini computer that connects to your tv or computer monitor for various projects. Raspberry Pi allows users to explore computing, coding, and programming in languages like Python and R. The Raspberry Pi can be used for just about anything from HD video, to emulation of vintage video games. The possibilities are infinite.
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Raspberry Pi Library Kits can be checked out at the Mullins Library at the main help desk on the 2nd floor. They are available on a first-come-first served basis. Only one kit can be checked out per person at a time. Raspberry Pi Library Kits can be checked out for a duration of 7 days with 1 renewal allowed.
I. Liability - Users checking out tech kits assume full responsibility for the replacement cost of the item(s) while in possession.
II. Equipment may be removed at times to support class instruction or general projects.
III. Evidence of damage to the tech kit components could result in loss of checkout privileges, fines, or replacement cost of the damaged tech kit components.
IV. Code of Computing Practices - for using university resources, you accept responsibility for using this technology.
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1pcs Raspberry Pi 4 Model B
1pcs SanDisk 32GB MicroSD w/NOOBS
1pcs Black Case for Raspberry Pi Board
1pcs CanaKit USB-C Power Supply
1pcs Micro HDMI Cable
3pcs Aluminum Heat Sinks (Installed)
1pcs CanaKit Fan (Installed)