Flaunt your board and wrap it in style with the Bel-Aire Case – Enclosure for Raspberry Pi Model B+ / Pi 2.
The cool hot-rod design turns your humble little Raspberry Pi into a fiery new centerpiece that’s really worth displaying!
This laser-cut birch enclosure has been designed specifically for the Raspberry Pi 2 and model B+ and has been purposely crafted to provide full access to all power ports. The newly revised Bel-Aire case includes a GPIO ribbon cable pass through, highly improved ventilation and enhanced graphic details with a unique two-tone laser finish.
Remember, this enclosure is only compatible with the Raspberry Pi Model B+ and Raspberry Pi 2! and a Raspberry Pi is not included!
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