This is a very simple instructable that will show you how to put together a little portable Raspberry Pi. Watch the video for visual instructions:Video
-A Raspberry Pi
This could be any raspberry pi, but I chose the Raspberry Pi 2. If you use the Raspberry Pi 2, B+, or A+, than you will also need a micro SD card. For older Raspberry Pi models, you will need an SD card.
-Portable USB Power supply
-Project Enclosure:Could be anything you like, so long as everything still fits inside. Use your imagination
-4-40 Round Head screws and bolts
-Adafruits 2.8″ Capacitive Touchscreen PiTFT (NOTE: Could be any of Adafruits PiTFT series, I just chose this model)
-Keyboard and mouse
-Dremel with cutoff and sanding bit
-Drill with 7/64 or 1/8 drill bit
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