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This $66 Raspberry Pi 3 starter kit has all you need to play your favorite retro games

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This $66 Raspberry Pi 3 starter kit has all you need to play your favorite retro games

Found by John Levite

The Vilros Raspberry Pi 3 complete starter kit is down to $65.99 with code 45YOCHIQ on Amazon. This kit was introduced in October and has sold steadily at $75 since then. This is the lowest price we've seen. After you've added the starter kit to your cart, add these two Vilros SNES classic controllers to the cart and get them for only $3.50 from a regular price of $14.

If you've ever seen our previous deals on cases for the Raspberry Pi 3 that look like classic Nintendo systems and wondered what that was all about, well here's everything you need to know in one package. This kit gives you the Raspberry Pi 3 motherboard, a microSD card, a power supply and HDMI cable. Put it altogether in the case that also comes with it and you've got your own homemade NES Classic with a lot more games than Nintendo's official system.

You'll need to figure out how to install your own gaming emulator on the motherboard, but we've got you covered there, too. Android Central has all the information you need.

The Vilros Raspberry Pi 3 complete starter kit is down to $65.99 with code 45YOCHIQ on Amazon. This kit was introduced in October and has sold steadily at $75 since then. This is the lowest price we've seen. After you've added the starter kit to your cart, add these two Vilros SNES classic controllers to the cart and get them for only $3.50 from a regular price of $14.

If you've ever seen our previous deals on cases for the Raspberry Pi 3 that look like classic Nintendo systems and wondered what that was all about, well here's everything you need to know in one package. This kit gives you the Raspberry Pi 3 motherboard, a microSD card, a power supply and HDMI cable. Put it altogether in the case that also comes with it and you've got your own homemade NES Classic with a lot more games than Nintendo's official system.

You'll need to figure out how to install your own gaming emulator on the motherboard, but we've got you covered there, too. Android Central has all the information you need.