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July 9, 2015 AT 9:00 am

How to make 5″ Portable Raspberry Pi

There’s a many applications where a portable Raspberry Pi could be really useful. In most general use-cases, it’s convenient to have a Raspberry Pi, display and battery contained together in a nice package. In this project, we’ll put together a portable Raspberry Pi with a power source and display. This project is relatively simple to put together and only requires a few wired connections.

Check out the full guide for this project on The Adafruit Learning System


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