Competition Time – Win a Pi Crust PCB for your Raspberry Pi

Pi Crust competitionI have a few Pi Crust PCBs left...

It’s not been long since I ran the first Pi Crust PCB competition, but I’ve decided to give away some more as I have a few left and have hit my next Twitter milestone of 400 followers (I know this isn’t much compared to some!). 

The Pi Crust is a great little Raspberry Pi breakout board that makes it a lot easier to prototype your projects, with plenty of spaced out and well labelled sections. The main feature is its low-profile seating on the board thanks to the interesting hirose GPIO connector used.

I originally got 30 limited-edition boards made up, and have a stash left over. These come in limited green, black and white.

The competition will be much the same as last time, if you win you get a Pi Crust PCB in the colour of your choice. You’ll need to get the connectors to go with it – this is intended as a ‘special’ PCB option for those buying a Pi Crust from Pi-Supply.com.

If you want to source the connectors yourself instead, check out picru.st for the list of parts. Note the main GPIO connector – it’s quite hard to get, but my Twitter friend @JarJarGeek has a stash that I believe he is offering for a small charge. The other headers can be purchased from stores such as 4-Tronix.

If you want to read my original Pi Crust assembly blog you can check it out here.

How to Enter

To enter the competition, simply complete the form below, which will populate a Google Docs form for me to randomly pick a winner. Re-tweet and tell your friends!

The competition closes on Wednesday 4th June at 20:00, after which I’ll notify the winners and announce on Twitter. One entry per human!

(Note: I will not sell, share, use or do any other nasty business with your data. I’ll pick a winners, use the email address to notify them, and then delete the spreadsheet. I may follow you on twitter if you add this information.)


Good luck everyone!

Average Man

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