There are multiple Things out there for R-Pi's that use an Ikea JANSJÖ LED lamp
The desk lamps used to cost $13 at Ikea -
Only $10 for white
The clamp version was $12 -
$10 for white or black
The gripe is that they are no longer available from Ikea, and other online retailers charge double (and more)
$30 +/- $3 -- https://www.amazon.com/Ikea-Jansjo-Flexible-Desk-Light/dp/B0071IFNRO
$25 +/- $3 -- https://www.amazon.com/IKEA-JANSJÖ-Clamp-spotlight-white/dp/9178917174
All that is left are the JANSJÖ LED USB lamps for $6 ( priced at $5 in the same archive.org 2018 catalog )
These only throw 10 lumens vs 88 lumens from the other two
Also, I found out by printing out a Jansjo thing that the USB version is considerably SMALLER than the plug-in versions.
I am not going to waste time and energy asking Ikea to bring them back. Retailers never listen to the customers.
The apparent replacement seems to be NÄVLINGE
Desk lamp for $17
Spring Clamp for $15
Bolt Clamp for $18
I just found a nearby eBay-er that had a clamp JANSJÖ for $22/free shipping.
I bought it so I can compare it to a NÄVLINGE and because it is one of the lowest prices for a plug-in JANSJÖ I have seen recently.
I will post more details as I get them.
Feel free to contribute to the discussion.
Hi!, i am going to be selling raspberry pi pc's!, they cost 200 dollars to make, How much do you think i should sell them for?
here is a pic
here is the instrucktable-https://www.instructables.com/Desktop-Pi-Hardware-Assembly/
this is not my design and do not plan on selling it until i have permission , i was just wondering what a reasonable cost would be if i do get the green light, and if people actually want it, it is really just people paying to have me print out the enclosure, and order the parts, and assemble the thing, and then finish it with spray-paints and sandpaper.
sorry if i seemed like i was trying to steal credits for it.
(update): i got permision from designer and am now able to sell.
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