Vilros Raspberry Pi 4 Complete Desktop Kit with 15 inch Keyboard and Touchpad Combo Hub
Raspberry Pi 4 Model B with 2GB or 4GB Ram
15 Inch Wireless 2.5GHZ Keyboard With Touchpad HUB that hold the PI Board Within
USB-C 5V 3A Power Supply with On/Off Switch
A1 Class 10 32GB Micro SD Card Preloaded with NOOBS
Set of 4 Heatsinks with thermal tape backing
USB-MIcro SD Adapter (to be used to rewrite card if desired)
2 1.8 Meter HDMI-Micro HDMI Cable
Updated Quickstart Guide, Second Edition
This flexible computer circuit board can take the place of your desktop computer, and be used for a wide range of pragmatic and non-pragmatic projects. While this hardware may look intimidating to novices, it is one of the most basic kits available to start building your own computer. What’s more, it comes with a quick start guide for raspberry pi and clear instructions on how to assemble your hub that will help you assemble your Desktop with ease.
The most alluring feature of the Raspberry Pi is not its power but its flexibility. It is so adaptable that as long as your system is cooled properly, it facilitates easy overclocking (running your processor at a higher speed than it was designed to run)To Ensure smooth Operation the Vilros HUB included with this kit Boasts a built in fan to keep your system cool under any circumstance
What’s Included in this Vilros Raspberry Pi 4 Complete Desktop Kit Bundle?
Desktop Computer Replacement
Retro Gaming Setups
Building Web Servers
Building a Stop-Motion Camera
Building Multiplayer Network Game Servers (Compatible with Open-Source Games Like Minecraft, Quake & Doom)
Making Time-Lapse Videos
Printing Documents from Outdated Printers
Building a Network Monitoring Tool
& Much More!
Note: Monitor not included.
VERSATILE USE: The Raspberry Pi may have a small processor, but it is a highly adaptable little computer that can replace your desktop PC. Its functions range from practical to nostalgic, since it can power an ad-blocking server as easily as it can power an outmoded gaming setup. Other uses include but are not limited to printing from non-wireless printers, making time-lapse videos, and building multiplayer network game servers and motion-capture security systems.