Give your Raspberry Pi B+ a Unibody with the UniPi case. Made in the U.S.A. by Pazdan LLC Tool & Die from solid Aluminum, this case protects your B+ from damage and looks great in your modern/designer apartment! Some nice bonus design features allow this case to be wall mounted or stackable (like a stack of tuna fish tins)
The Pi Holder case is milled by Pazdan LLC Tool & Die Machine Shop on CNC machines and comes with two toppers. One has a punchout dot design which looks cool, the other has slots for connecting GPIO cables, or Pi Cameras. Check out their original kickstarter page for a lot more details and ‘making of’ photos!
Comes with the following:
Aluminum Bottom Half of a Pi Case
Topper with ‘mesh’ look
Topper with cutouts for GPIO cable, PiCamera, etc
4 Screws for attaching PI to case
2 Screws for wall mounting
Large paperclip (to remove toppers)
This case works with Raspberry Pi model B+ only!
This enclosure is not compatible with the Raspberry Pi Model B. Raspberry Pi computer not included!
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