CrowPi is an educational tool based on Raspberry Pi, designed to help people learn electronics, programming, and basic computer science. CrowPi was first released on Kickstarter in May 2018 and won a very successful campaign. The initial users spoke highly of CrowPi and left several good riviews.
The success of CrowPi is based on the popularity of Raspberry Pi, and on the unique advantages of the product itself, such as the compact development board, the neat and portable case, the step by step tutorials, and the affordable price.
As we all know, computer science and programming are now regarded as an essential ability for 21st-century students, and are becoming a key component of many curriculums, even in primary schools. And when we combine computer science and programming with electronics, we can build many useful devices both for industrial applications and for use in our daily life. Some examples of modern applications for IT are: running a weather station, PIR automatic lighting, line tracking robot car, vehicle radar, and so on.
By mastering knowledge, and these skills, today's kids can be better prepared for a future in which AI, IOT, big data, and robotics dominate the world.
Note this is the BASIC kit
The only difference is that CrowPi advanced kit has more accessories, including Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, earphone, gamepads, heat sink. If you’ve already had a Raspberry Pi 3 board, the basic kit is good for you.
CrowPi - Basic Compact Raspberry Pi Educational Kit
We have 2 units in our Sydney Warehouse available for immediate dispatch.
We can get a further 100 units in Australia from Elecrow. If you order today, we can dispatch this stock between Jul 16, 2020 - Jul 25, 2020.
|Raspberry Pi Model Compatibility|
|RP4||Requires other products to use with Raspberry Pi 4 Model B|
|RP3A+||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+|
|RP3B+||Works with Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+|
|RP3B||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi 3 Model B|
|RP2B||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi 2 Model B|
|RP1B+||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+|
|RP1A+||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi 1 Model A+|
|RP0W||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi Zero W|
|RP0||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi Zero|
|RPCM3+||Doesn't with Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+|