We’re designing a new VESA mount for the B+, but we have plenty of model A/B compatible VESA mount kits. They work great with any Pi model A or B (not B+) now at a great 35% discount!
This basic VESA mount allows you to attach a Raspberry Pi Model A or B computer to the back of most HDMI monitors. It is cut out of clear 3mm acrylic so you can see the LEDs, and has a cut out for the GPIO pins in case you want to connect a GPIO cable or Cobbler to it. The Pi is held in place with nylon PCB edge grips for a solid connection.
This is for model A or B computers, not for Model B+!
The spacing between all the mounting holes is 100mm x 100mm – check your monitor to make sure it fits!
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