I got my case for my Raspberry Pi. And while many people will say “big deal, it’s a plastic box” I want to say that I was blown away by the engineering detail that went into the case. From the non-slip fingers to the perfect sized GPIO cable slot to the little spacer under the network connector it was clear that somebody spent some serious time and thought on the design. I have the beagle board case, but the lack of hardware on the Adafruit case makes it a clear design winner. Very nice job! Thanks!
Here are some derivatives others have made as well.
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