Why not trick out your fresh new board with some accessories? The Pi 2 is a big deal - a big, big deal.  It has an upgraded ARMv7 multicore procssor and a full Gigabyte of RAM - meaning you're going to see ~2x the performance on processor-upgrade only and 4x on average for mutliple-core procssors.  That's up to like 7.5x increase in speed without taking into account the 1 Gig of RAM.

Should you be excited? Yes.  Should you be so excited that you forget everything you need to get started? No.

We've hand chosen these accessories as the perfect accompaniment to your new Raspberry Pi 2 - Model B.  It's everything you need to get going with a high quality power supply, NOOBS 2.0 SD card (newly updated to work on the Pi 2), case, WiFi adapter, console cable, and lots of prototyping essentials. It's a great jumping off point for the rest of our extensive accessory and pack collection.

This pack comes with a single Raspberry Pi 2 Computer!

This pack contains:

Here's a good introduction to the Pi 2 and a few more learn guides that are worth checking out to start.  While they're for the Model B, they will all apply to the Raspberry Pi Model B+ and the Raspberry Pi 2.

An introduction to pipelines, redirection, and other such incantations in the shell.
A look at wildcards, aliases, custom scripts, and other force multipliers in the shell.
An exploration of standard IO, Unix filters, and simple graphics with Python and Pygame.
The Adafruit Raspberry Pi Package Repository
Push Animated GIFs to your Adafruit IO Connected Raspberry Pi
Make papercraft Minecraft blocks that interact with the world using near-field communication!
Quickly set up your Pi to boot with a USB stick or external hard drive as main storage.
How to use the Adafruit Pi Finder to connect to your Raspberry Pi on your network.
How to outfit a simple live trap with sensors and data-logging, and quantify the vermin in your life.
Learn the basics of sharing work with collaborators (like Adafruit!) using Git and GitHub.
Learn how to start a script on boot on common GNU/Linux systems.
Use a simple Node.js server on a Raspberry Pi to link your X-Carve to Easel wirelessly.
Build a camera that detects motion and sends images to cloud services like Dropbox & Adafruit IO!
How to run a Processing sketch on the Pi & PiTFT display.
Fun with a camera, temperature sensor, PiTFT, PyGame, and adafruit.io REST, MQTT and API calls.

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SKU AF-2380
Brand Raspberry Pi

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