Excellent project + write up from Michael Horne up on his blog Raspberry Pi Pod.
I recently posted a tutorial on using an HD44780 LCD (with I2C backpack) with the Raspberry Pi. I mentioned at the time that I had also been looking at small enclosures for the Pi in the hope of making something. Well, in a few hours of spare time I had in between bouts of Pi Wars admin, I dug out my soldering iron, rotary tool and various other oddments and made something I’m calling palmPi.
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