The Raspberry Pi Zero is the cheapest of all the Pi variants, with the arrival of the new Zero – W WiFi version, if your project doesn’t require full size USB ports and Ethernet connections then the Pi zero can be a great choice. There are several companies that have developed Raspberry Pi Zero cases that both look great and can be used in a wide range of applications.
There is a wide variety of cases and enclosures available for the Raspberry Pi 3, it been out for a while now so quite a few companies have put there design departments to work coming up with cases that both look great and can be used in a wide range of applications.
Whether you’re an experienced electronics enthusiast or just a beginner looking to learn about soldering, having a high quality soldering iron is the key to opening up a wide range of new projects with your Raspberry Pi.
Due to it’s popularity there are a wealth of Raspberry Pi books available for all levels,this book is written for the complete beginner, if you have heard good things about the Raspberry Pi
The first thing you need to know is that this is not a “Raspberry Pi for Beginners” book! This book is far better suited to somebody who is already comfortable with the Raspberry Pi and is now looking to expand their knowledge of both