Chris Robinson has a great project to build a handheld linux terminal using a PiTFT, PowerBoost 500, and other parts. A Raspberry Pi powers the device and provides a complete Linux environment that you can interact with like using a tiny little laptop. The case is built from portable hard drive enclosures which were modified to hold the components and give the build a nice clean look. Reminds me of the old Atari Portfolio and other 80’s handheld computers, nice work!
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