The Ninja Pibow is a night black case for your Raspberry Pi Model B+ computer. It’s crafted out of high quality acrylic layers with a transparent top and base. It’s smooth, slick, and durable and because of its black color, blends surreptitiously into any room.
The Timber Pibow is a spruce-cut case for your Raspberry Pi Model B+ computer. It’s crafted out of high quality wood with a transparent top and base. It’s smooth, slick, and durable and because of its wood finish, matches your kitchen table, hardwood, floors, or plant-lined living room.
The Pibow Coupé is an attractive new enclosure that’s slim and hackable with a clear acrylic top to show off your Pi.
The Rainbow Pibow is a colorful case for your Raspberry Pi Model B+ computer. It’s crafted out of high quality acrylic layers with a transparent top and base. It’s smooth, slick, and durable and because of its multi-color finish, stands out in almost any room.
You simply stack the layers around your Raspberry Pi Model B+ to protect it from the outside world. On the B+ version, the folks at Pimoroni have added an extension layer as well for extra stacking on top.
The case is lightweight and can be mounted to any surface. It’s held together by nylon bolts so there are no tools required for assembly. It also has slots for all your Model B+’s outputs – including the camera and GPIO.
These products work with the Raspberry Pi Model B+ only!
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