[kwlug-disc] Which vendor for Raspberry Pi kits?
crankyoldbugger at gmail.com
Mon Dec 9 23:16:27 EST 2013
I bought mine from a British site, but that was some time ago, maybe a year
ago? This was back when they were still back-ordered till the end of
Nevertheless, as I mentioned they were back-ordered, but I would imagine
that situation has been resolved.
When mine arrived there was a small defect, which I believe I was able to
fix myself with a soldering iron.
Don't let my negative experiences turn you away, though. Many people have
purchased the Pi and use it for a variety of tasks.
On 9 December 2013 22:22, Khalid Baheyeldin <kb at 2bits.com> wrote:
> I am considering building a small server that would have a largish USB
> disk. The server would be rsynced from the main server, and runs minidlna
> for access to photos, videos, music, ...etc.
> The Raspberry Pi seems like a good platform for this, being low power and
> runs Linux.
> Online sites are selling kits that include a power supply, SD card
> preloaded with NOOBS, and a case as well.
> So, the question is, anyone here order Raspberry Pis? Where did you order
> it from? Canadian or USA based? Did they ship on time? Did you pay customs?
> Looking for experiences, sites to avoid/recommend, ...etc.
> Examples I saw are Amazon, and this
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