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bruuuno 10:10 Thu Nov 30
Raspberry pi
Has anyone on here got one of these? I have zero tech ability so want something that I can just plug in and play like an Xbox

Been looking on here

https://joysticked.co.uk/products/deluxeretroconsole?variant=29096829586

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WorldCupWilly 12:29 Wed Dec 6
Re: Raspberry pi
I've got a couple of old ones that I've had for 5 years that I use as Kodi boxes. Happily plays 1080p streams or videos off my NAS. Keep thinking about upgrading them - but they just keep on working and do what I want.

The Dursley Massive 11:20 Tue Dec 5
Re: Raspberry pi
Perfect replica, although I was always keyboard in the olden days so doesn't have the WASD XZ key formation thing going on. You can use a USB or bluetooth keyboard with it though (need a usb keyboard to set it up).

Lots of good emulators that do the same thing but on your PC/Mac if you want to have a go for free and see if you get all nostalgic. I use OpenEmu on the Mac.

bruuuno 11:54 Sun Dec 3
Re: Raspberry pi
Nice one dursley son is it just like playing the old amiga games?

The Dursley Massive 11:24 Sun Dec 3
Re: Raspberry pi
Just sorted a retropie for my sister for Christmas. Pi3 starter kit, heat sinks, 2 decent controllers. About 60 quid. Piece of piss to set up bruuuno. Gonna get myself one and just use my ps3 controllers.

J.Riddle 2:57 Sat Dec 2
Re: Raspberry pi
Beetroot has got a lot to answer for.

Joey Nutmeg 11:30 Fri Dec 1
Re: Raspberry pi
Excellent to see B back and rinsing people for a slight mistake. Makes the world feel slightly more normal in these troubled times.

gph 11:16 Fri Dec 1
Re: Raspberry pi
Trevor Binclair?

bruuuno 8:50 Fri Dec 1
Re: Raspberry pi
Course it's not, trev

PwoperNaughtyButNot 8:46 Fri Dec 1
Re: Raspberry pi
Sincs was pretty good but not that good

Trevor B 8:45 Fri Dec 1
Re: Raspberry pi
That's true, is there something wrong with the name of one of the best players to ever pull on the claret and blue?

p.s. you'll be shocked by this, but, it's not my real name.

bruuuno 8:40 Fri Dec 1
Re: Raspberry pi
Maybe, but at least I'm not called trevor

Trevor B 8:38 Fri Dec 1
Re: Raspberry pi
that or you're just very thick?

bruuuno 8:32 Fri Dec 1
Re: Raspberry pi
Or maybe it was a simple typo and I really couldn't give a shit because a it's WHO?

Trevor B 7:54 Fri Dec 1
Re: Raspberry pi
gph

or instead maybe people could try to understand the difference between the verb and the noun?

Mike Oxsaw 1:14 Fri Dec 1
Re: Raspberry pi
Got 2 - 1 as a Kodi media server and one as a front end for my personal cloud/downloads.

Takes a load off my pc/laptop and piss-easy to set up.

Well worth the 35 notes, so don't scrimp on the power supply - 7/8 quid for their own well worth forking out for.

Eggbert Nobacon 12:54 Fri Dec 1
Re: Raspberry pi
My Android ox I use for Kodi does all this, easy to install all the games etc

gph 12:45 Fri Dec 1
Re: Raspberry pi
TB: it's a document that allows you to drive in the US.

Very similar to the UK's driving licence.

bruuuno 12:10 Fri Dec 1
Re: Raspberry pi
Apologies I understand now, I forgot I'd asked about the SD card

bruuuno 11:15 Fri Dec 1
Re: Raspberry pi

PwoperNaughtyButNot 11:32 Thu Nov 30
Re: Raspberry pi
In the pi and turn it on , it will do it automatically from there.


I'm sorry but what does that mean? Does it mean that I can just plug it in and start playing amiga games?

munkyfunk 10:07 Fri Dec 1
Re: Raspberry pi
Great coding tool for kids, my lad started coding python on one of these and is now on he's way to uni to do ethical hacking and cyber security.
Great emulators, spent hours playing 1942 on this.

PwoperNaughtyButNot 11:32 Thu Nov 30
Re: Raspberry pi
In the pi and turn it on , it will do it automatically from there.

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F222504517689

That’ll do the trick.

If you have kids you can get them into coding and stuff with the pi and make other little projects

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