Have you told yourself to buy a Raspberry Pi in recent years? Well, today it can be the day you actually do it.
Building a Raspberry Pi media center or retro game console can be difficult if you don't know what you're doing. You need to find the right parts, and often you can end up spending more than $ 1
Therefore, starter kits are a good starting point for new Raspberry Pi builders. Starter kits tend to be cheap and they can be a good way to source all the parts you need without too much work.
Right now, Woot sells a Raspberry Pi 3 B + Ultimate Starter Kit and a Super Retro Gaming Kit for $ 70 each. It's $ 20 of an already cheap set. Both sets come with a Raspberry Pi 3 B +, a power supply, heat pump, a 32 GB Samsung SD card, an HDMI cable, and building instructions.
Ultimate Starter Kit is aimed at novice programmers or people who want to build a small media center for their TV. It is packed with a clear case, jumper wires, LEDs, tape cables, an Ethernet port, and a 2-wire 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz wireless LAN connector. Not to mention, it comes pre-installed with NOOBS, a simple OS installer, so you can turn the ground.
Super Retro Gaming Kit is obviously aimed at retro players. While not pre-loaded with any games, it comes with two SNES style games, a SNES style case with a built-in fan, a RetroPie download wizard, a Bluetooth connector, and a Wi-Fi connector.