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Adventures with Raspberry Pi - Part 1

Raspberry Pi has been around for a few years. It was initially launched in 2012 by the UK based Raspberry PI foundation . Over the years, many flavors of the Raspberry PI have been created. While the Pi computer has been created as a learning tool, it can be used for some practical use cases too. These can be for both home and business use. Below is my Raspberry Pi setup at home. Imperial storm troopers protecting their precious cargo of Raspberry Pi, Mi power bank and Western Digital hard disk. All the secrets of the empire are safe! #starwars #raspberrypi #stormtrooper #maker #diy A post shared by Rajan (@rajanmanickavasagam) on May 9, 2018 at 8:33pm PDT The bill of parts for the above setup consists of (left to right) - Mi 20000 maH Power Bank USB to Micro USB cable with a power on/off switch Raspberry Pi case with heat sink Raspberry PI Model 3 Class 10 SD Card 16 GB capacity Western Digital 1 TB external hard drive The storm troopers just show