- Raspberry Pi Model B — has an Ethernet port, two USB ports and 512 MB of RAM
- Adafruit Pi Case — Keeps your Pi cozy and safe
- WiFi adapter with antenna — Plenty of range, this will be how you connect to the Pi proxy
- 10 foot Ethernet cable — connect this from your Pi to a router with Internet service
- MicroUSB cable — 3 feet long, great for powering your Pi
- 5V 1A power adapter — specially designed for the Pi
- USB console cable — good for debugging and setting up your Pi when running it without a monitor/keyboard
- 4 GB SD Card with Wheezy — a 4GB card with Raspbian 7 already installed.
The Onion Pi logo shown above for display only, it’s not a sticker or included.
You’ll still need to set up the access point and Tor software according to our tutorial. This project is best used by people with a little bit of command-line, linux or Raspberry Pi experience. If you’ve set up a Raspberry Pi and configured it before, this project will be a fun experience. We have tons of tutorials for exploring Raspberry Pi in the Adafruit Learning System