|RAM Size||4 GB|
|Hardware Interface||USB, HDMI|
|Item Weight||500 Grams|
|Item Weight||500 g|
|Date First Available||26 October 2019|
Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 4GB Complete Starter Pack - 32GB Noobs
|Price:||& FREE Delivery|
- Fully Assembled / Tested / Plug and Play Package
- Includes latest Raspberry Pi 4 Model B - 4GB RAM
- OTD Raspberry Pi 4 Power Supply with "Clicky" On/Off Switch Cable
- Premium UltraCOOL Active Fan Cooling Case + Raspberry Pi 4 Heatsink Kit
- 32GB Samsung Micro SD card Preloaded With NOOBS
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RASPBERRY PI 4 PREMIUM STARTER PACK
FULLY ASSEMBLED - TESTED - PLUG AND PLAY
Raspberry Pi 4 Model B - 4GB RAM
OTD Raspberry Pi 4 Compatible UltraCOOL case (Black) with Active Cooling Fan
OTD Raspberry Pi 4 Compatible 5.1V@3Amp Power Supply with High Current USB On/Off Switch Cable
OTD Micro HDMI Cable (1.5M)
32GB Samsung EVO Class 10 Micro SD card Preloaded With NOOBS Version 3.1.2 Or Newer
USB SD Card Adapter to update SD card with new software
OTD Raspberry Pi 4 Heatsink Kit (Set of 4) to enhance cooling
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The kit was pre-installed in the box including the heatsinks. Two minor criticisms are that the case cannot be closed when a ribbon cable is attached to the GPIO header and the fan needs to be connected externally.
So far, I'm concurrently using it as both a media server and a low cost NAS. I had some issues when connecting multiple HDD USB drives - Turns out this was a power issue (the pi won't supply enough power to keep 2 drives running). I was able to resolve this by connecting these via a powered USB HUB - all is working great now.
The only small criticism I'd have is the fan is quite loud.
The ethernet port was used as a router throughput, joined to a switch.
Everything works fantastic.
One happy customer.
Downloaded Asterisk to it and it has been running like a dream for over 2 weeks.
Beats a standard server hands down!!