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The Mag PI no49 – the beginners edition

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The Mag PI no49

If you are new to Raspberry PI malarkey, you may want to grab the latest issue of The Mag PI no49, an official magazine. Apart from being a great way to keep in touch with the community, and see what others are up to,  this issue offers a beginners guide to introduce the RPI to new owners.

The best thing is you can have if FREE if you want a PDF copy, or get a subscription and receive a PI Zero as a thank you! The magazine is out on a monthly basis, and if you want to be notified there is also an app (subscription fees apply), however if you want to get notifications for free, follow the project I have made  here.

The Mag PI no49 is an interesting read, and if you new to it’s a must read!

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