We’ve been using the Raspberry Pi since it came out, try some of the hardware we use and recommend. First Start out with a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B +.
You might ask yourself, what is a Pi Hat? A Pi Hat is something (a piece of hardware) that you put on your Raspberry Pi to expand its options. It usually goes directly on top of the Raspberry Pi and sits onto the GPIO pins.
or try the smaller sibling of the Raspberry Pi, the Raspberry Pi Zero (isn’t it cute?)
here is the 7″ Display by the Raspberry Pi Foundation
Here is the case for the Raspberry Pi 7″ Touchscreen, if you get the 7″ Touchscreen from the Raspberry Pi Foundation you’ll more than likely want this
This 10.1″ Touchscreen from Sunfounder will make a nice addition for Home Automation Projects –
- Raspberry Pi 10 Inch Monitor HDMI – SunFounder 10.1″ 1280×800 HD LCD Display Screen Built in Speaker for Raspberry Pi 3 Model
- B+ 3B 2B B+ with RPi Case Holder
Here is a UPS Hat to keep your Raspberry Pi running without having to plug it into the wall, during power outages, or for off the grid applications.
Here is a nice prototyping hat for the Raspberry Pi
If your project needs GPS capabilities here is a nice GPS Hat
Here is a really nice board to add SATA capabilities and USB 3.0 data transfer to your Raspberry Pi