The latest version of the Raspberry Pi is No. 4, Model B, which is available either to buy as a standalone piece of kit or you can buy a starter kit that contains all the other essentials that you’ll need; SD Card, Raspberry Pi case and cooling fans (we prefer the starter kits that are super easy to put together and should take you no longer than about 10mins).
The main difference between between starter kits is the additional accessories and the size of the SD Card that comes with them – usually it’s either 32GB or higher (32GB is a pretty good start for most people).
If you’re looking for something more challenging then there are a number of full kits combined with learning projects that are available. We’d recommend these for the slightly more advanced user, as some of them come with coding projects and options to ‘build’ your Raspberry Pi up with different components (pi-top 4 is a good example).
The Raspberry PI 4 Model B Starter Kit, complete with 64GB SD Card & pre-loaded with Raspbian.
You can buy just the Raspberry Pi 4B with 8GB RAM and then get your own case & fans, enabling you to build your own custom Raspberry Pi set up.
Monitors & Touchscreens
Go BIG (or at least bigger) with a portable monitor and see your projects and gaming come to life in 4K detail with Raspberry Pi compatible monitors. All the monitors featured below are Raspberry Pi compatible.
Touchscreen technology you will gain a whole new experience with how you interact with your Raspberry Pi and turn it into anything from a touchscreen tablet to an ‘infotainment system’. Probably worth having a look at our Raspberry Pi projects to see what else you can do!
This 15.6″ portable monitor is brilliant for Raspberry Pi’ers who want to see there work & even gaming in 4K . Even comes with Eye Care built in.
Official Raspberry Pi 7" Touch screen
The official Raspberry Pi 7″ touch screen monitor is a doddle to set up; basically plug in and play. Great value for money.