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Raspberry Pi competition

raspberrypiuserguide-book-x-200.jpgIt’s high time for the next Gadget Master competition! And the theme we will be taking for this one is the recent roundup of Raspberry Pi posts. 

As for the prize, what else could we give… but a Raspberry Pi (Type B)? And also a white case to go with it! You’ve heard a lot about them, I’m sure, but have you got your hands on one yet?

As always the prize is kindly provided by Gadget Master sponsor RS.

The prize question:

raspberrypiuserguide-book-x-200.jpgIt’s high time for the next Gadget Master competition! And the theme we will be taking for this one is the recent roundup of Raspberry Pi posts. 

As for the prize, what else could we give… but a Raspberry Pi (Type B)? And also a white case to go with it! You’ve heard a lot about them, I’m sure, but have you got your hands on one yet?

The prize will also include – to help you get started – a copy of the Raspberry Pi User Guide, published by John Wiley and Sons.

Book details:
978-1-118-46446-5
September 2012
Eben Upton & Gareth Halfacree
John Wiley and Sons Publisher

The prize is kindly provided by Gadget Master sponsor RS.

The prize question:

As always, we’ll keep the format familiar and straightforward: correctly answer this question for a chance of winning the UK-originated development board.

The recent Raspberry Pi roundup – from Android to eBay featured a number of posts related to taking devices apart. But which one has a picture showing four green LEDs?

Once you know the correct response, just email competition@electronicsweekly.com stating the title of the blog post that has the correct image in it.

The competition closes end of play Friday 21 December 2012. You can view the Terms and Conditions.

Good luck!

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