In case you missed the post on our thread, we've sold out nowCPC.co.uk wrote:We ship to India and have stock now
The Pi does not come with any power supply a all. What it needs is 5V at 700mA or more (1A recommended). The Pi end uses a micro USB connector of the sort that is now becoming standard on phones and tablet chargers (in the EU using chargers of this sort for phones is now mandated by law).. I would therefore have though that you should have no trouble sourcing this locally (if you do not already have one spare).abhi wrote:I read in one of the FAQ that it does not come with power cable and we have to buy it seprately. Anyone who has bought it from kits and spare can recommend one ?
and how much time they take to deliver in india
I got mine from kitsnspares. They delivered mine in about two weeks from when I ordered. And yes, the board I received was shipped from the UK, in a package with Farnell/Element14 logo on it.rajnikumbh wrote:I have ordered a Raspberry PI from Kitsandspares .. when I called them up they told me it would take 3-4 weeks for delivery as they imoprt it .... Anyone here got his PI from this website?
I got it from http://tenettech.com/, just today arrivedabhijeet_kasurde wrote:Can anybody tell me where to buy raspberry pi in India ? Because Kitsnspares site doesn't show any search result. I am do not have TIN number so that I can order on in.element14.com.
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