A List of Top 5 Raspberry Pi Cases Available Now @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi
After reading a favorites list on a topic we love, we can’t help put together our own personal list (even if only in our heads). Looks like we’re not alone! In response to Life Hacker’s recently published list, Recantha has put together a list of his favorite Raspberry Pi cases out there now. Check out the list here!
I’m covering only cases that are available right now, so beautiful cases like the one myself and @Geeky_Tim got from The Pi Hut don’t qualify (as that one is not available any more). I’ve tried to give links to The Pi Hut to buy them where I can as they’re my local, recommended supplier for Pi bits, but you can get these cases from many different suppliers.
Many great cases made the list! Including The PiBow, sold here at Adafruit!
The PiBow was designed by Paul Beech, who designed the original Raspberry Pi logo. It is made up of layers of acrylic (hard plastic) that you fit around the Pi, building it up as you go. It leaves all the ports accessible, including the GPIO if you use a ribbon cable to break it out. The PiBow comes in a variety of colours including: rainbow (pictured), ninja (black), toxic (kind of a greeny-yellow), crystal (white clear), special Adafruit (dark turquoise) and timber (wooden).
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