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This Raspberry Pi kit and course bundle is on sale for $140

Embrace your inner engineer with this expansive DIY tech bundle
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The Internet of Things revolution is finally here, and it's now easier than ever for anyone with a curious mind and a modest budget to create everything from home automation systems to full-fledged robots in the comfort of their living room.

Nothing embodies this DIY tech revolution like the Raspberry Pi, and this Complete Raspberry Pi 3B+ Starter Kit & Course Bundle is currently available for over 65 percent off at just $140.

Featuring the latest Pi 3B+ board along with ten hours of beginner-friendly instruction, this kit is ideal for both aspiring engineers and more seasoned pros.

After an introduction to the basic terminology of the platform, you'll learn how to build your very own home automation system through the Amazon Alexa interface, craft your own electronics projects from scratch using specialized sensors, connect your projects to your computer in order to add functionality and much more.

You also have the option of purchasing the Raspberry Pi 3B+ & 37 Sensors Starter Kit and the Complete Raspberry Pi Course Bundle separately if you already have one or the other.

Get the skills and tools you need to make an endless number of awesome projects from scratch with the Complete Raspberry Pi 3B+ Starter Kit & Course Bundle for just $140—over 65 percent off for a limited time.

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