With more than 40 million units sold and a powerful community of makers and fans behind it, Raspberry Pi is more than a single-board computer; it's a huge platform with an even bigger ecosystem behind it. Whether you want to build your own robot, create an A.I.-powered security camera, or just set up a simple computer for programming and web surfing, the Pi is for you.
You can find great deals this Black Friday season on everything from Raspberry Pi cases to screens, kits, and perhaps even add-on boards. These are great for your Raspberry Pi projects or to give as gifts for the maker in your life. Don't expect to find sales on the bare boards, though, as these never drop below the MSRP.
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GeeekPi Raspberry Pi 4 Case with ICE Tower Cooler CPU Cooling Fan: was $21, now $17 at Amazon
Turn your Raspberry Pi 4 into a super-cooled muscle car with this RGB cooling fan. Using copper heat pipes and an aluminum heatsink to draw heat from the Raspberry Pi's SoC, the heat is then blown away via a 5V RGB fan. If you want to seriously overclock your Pi, this is a great kit to keep it cool.
GeeekPi Raspberry Pi Mini Tower NAS Kit: was $59, now $47 at Amazon
This is more than just a cool case, but yes it does cool your Raspberry Pi 4. The case features the ICE Tower Cooler, a hot-rod looking heatsink and RGB fan assembly that keeps your Pi frosty, and it will also keep the included M.2 SATA SSD expansion board cool as it powers your NAS.
SunFounder Raspberry Pi Pico W Ultimate Starter Kit: now $55 at Amazon (was $69)
The Raspberry Pi Pico W is an excellent way to introduce electronics and coding. This kit from Sunfounder has the Pico W at its heart but we get a plethora (450+) of components to make our own projects. Included is an LCD screen, PIR sensor, servo, keypad and ultrasonic sensor. To join them all together we also get a large breadboard.
GeeekPi Raspberry Pi GPIO Screw Terminal Block: was $29, now $23 at Amazon
This novel case has an integrated series of screw terminals that are used to securely connect components to the Raspberry Pi. If you don't want a wire to move in your project, for example adding some lights this holiday season, then this case will do just that, and keep your Pi safe. The full 40 pin GPIO is broken out via the terminals and a HAT compatible header.
Raspberry Pi 7 Inch Touch Screen Display: now $73 at Amazon (was $99)
The official Raspberry Pi touchscreen display works with all models of Raspberry Pi featuring a DSI connector and provides a 7-inch display running at 800 x 480. It shares power with the Raspberry Pi and can be easily integrated into a case.
Yahboom Raspberry Pi Robotic Professional Starter Kit: now $138 at Amazon (was $180)
An all metal robot kit is more durable than acrylic and this kit packs a hard-wearing chassis along with servos and sensors to add extra features to your robot. All you need to do is bring a Raspberry Pi and and you are good to go. The kit includes a specialist motor driver board, motors and camera for advanced robotic projects.
CrowPi L Raspberry Pi 4 Laptop: now $249 with coupon at Amazon (was $269)
The CrowPi range of Raspberry Pi portables is a fun and convenient way to work on your Raspberry Pi projects. The new CrowPi L has an 11.6-inch screen (1366 x 768 resolution) and three-hour battery life. The CrowPi L is designed for the Raspberry Pi 4 (not included) and provides connections for the GPIO and external devices.
EVICIV Raspberry Pi 10.1 Inch Touchscreen Display: now $127 with coupon at Amazon (was $159)
This 10.1-inch 1920 x 1200 touchscreen all-in-one unit hides a Raspberry Pi 4 (not included) with active cooling and access to all GPIO pins. If you need to neaten your workspace or take your Raspberry Pi on the road, this AIO is for you. Redeem the voucher to get this low price.
SunFounder Raspberry Pi Pico Robot Car Kit: now $71 at Amazon (was $89)
Get your Pico-powered robot car project off the ground with this kit from Sunfounder. It has all the servos you need and even the Pico itself for an all-in-one package. If you're new to robotics or a seasoned builder, this is a neat kit to have on hand.
SunFounder Raspberry Pi Pico Starter Kit: now $36 at Amazon (was $45)
Ready to get started with the Pico? You should be! This microcontroller is one of our favorites for a reason and the Pico Starter Kit from SunFounder has plenty of components for dozens of cool projects whether you're new to tinkering or just want more stuff for your collection.
Argon ONE M.2 Case: now $47 at Amazon
This is a great case, we have one keeping our Pi cool! inside the aluminum case we can keep our Raspberry Pi 4 cool using a mix of heatsink and active fan cooling. At the base of the unit is a USB3 to SATA board which can be used to add a fast M.2 SATA drive, which we can boot from, to our Raspberry Pi 4.
KYY 15.6inch 1080P FHD USB-C Laptop Monitor: now $109 at Amazon with coupon (was $149)
This 15.6-inch portable HDMI monitor is ideal for your Raspberry Pi and as an extra screen in your work-from-home setup. Offering a full 1080P resolution, mini HDMI and USB C connections this screen folds away for easy storage and will also work with your console. Don't forget the $20 off coupon to bring this price down to a low $159.
GeeekPi Raspberry Pi Cluster Case: now $49 at Amazon (was $62)
This open-air case looks like a jet engine, but those dual 5v fans are there to keep up to eight Raspberry Pis cool with a little RGB flair. Standing 280mm tall, this case has plenty of space for Pis, SSDs and other single-board computers. If you are looking to make your own cluster then this is the case for you.
SanDisk 32GB 2-Pack Ultra microSDHC UHS-I: now $13 at Amazon (was $16)
Micro SD cards are the de facto storage format for all models of Raspberry Pi so when we see a good deal on large capacity, branded micro SD cards we have to seize the moment. With up to 120MB/s transfer speeds these A1-rated cards are just the thing for your Raspberry Pi.
Freenove Robot Dog Kit for Raspberry Pi 4: was $103, now $93 at Amazon
This robot dog is entirely powered by Raspberry Pi and uses sensors to measure distance, acceleration and direction to navigate the world. The onboard camera can stream live video to a tablet of computer as you talk your robot dog for a walk.
Seeed reTerminal: now $215 from Seeed via Amazon with coupon (was $229)
Powered by the Raspberry Pi CM4 with 4GB RAM and 32GB eMMC, reTerminal is an all-in-one Raspberry Pi which is at home on your desk, in the workshop or in your builds. Coming with a 5-inch 1280 x 720 touchscreen and access to the GPIO, we have the power of the Raspberry Pi 4 in a very convenient form factor.
Seeed Mini router: $149 at Seeed
This Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 powered router is just the thing for networking enthusiasts with their eye on Raspberry Pi. Inside the case is Seeed's Dual Gigabit Ethernet Carrier Board, designed for the CM4 and featuring dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, official Raspberry Pi camera and screen connectors along with USB 3 header and a micro HDMI port. This neat and tidy router is made for those who want total control of their networking.
SunFounder Smart Video Car Robot Kit: now $74 with coupon at Amazon (was $115)
This robot car kit uses a Raspberry Pi 4 Model B (not included) at its core, and decks that out with wheels, a chassis, a camera module and everything else you need to get rolling. Click on the $20 off voucher to get this low price.
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The only problem with Raspberry Pi 4 currently (2/4/400) is an almost total lack of stock. The few units for sale on Amazon are going for 3x MSRP.Reply
I couldn't agree more. I have looked a few times for a 400, the only one I found is a bundle at 199.95, double the original price. I read recently that Raspberry states they are running at capacity however they are focused on supplying corporate needs first, which is the opposite of their original stated purpose. I hope they are happy when the DIY community moves on to the numerous competitors. Ask IBM how that worked out for them.Reply
The Pi has been generally unavailable for years. I've been waiting, haven't got one. Once I got a notification it was back in stock, but it was sold out before I could get to the site.eye4bear said:The only problem with Raspberry Pi 4 currently (2/4/400) is an almost total lack of stock. The few units for sale on Amazon are going for 3x MSRP.
It's interesting to hear these problems still affecting Pi 4 availability, because Eben Upton said they wouldn't move on to launch the Pi 5 until they'd solved the supply chain problems.Reply
I'm hoping availability improves after the holidays.