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NEW PRODUCT – Zebra Byte Case for Adafruit Metro Mini

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NEW PRODUCT – Zebra Byte Case for Adafruit Metro Mini


Never hack without a helmet, now you can protect your cute little Adafruit Metro Mini with this chique new Zebra Byte Case!

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This laser-cut DIY plastic enclosure is designed to perfectly frame your tiny microcontroller and firmly lock it in with high quality stainless steel screws at each corner. While this case leaves absolutely no wiggle room, there are still a few cleverly placed air vents allowing cool air to flow over your Metro Mini’s surface and exit through the top of the case.

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The Zebra Byte Case is strategically designed with an extended reset/bootloader button opening plus easy access to all the necessary power ports on your board. This product also allows pin headers on either side of your Metro Mini and even has extra space for the battery header, incase you are connecting a battery directly to the board.

Some assembly required.

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Note: This case does not come with a Metro Mini

For more information check the c4labs website!

In stock and shipping now!


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