Here is an updated, excellently designed stand that provides a sleek and sturdy look for the 7″ Touchscreen Display and Raspberry Pi. Say hello to the improved SmartiPi Touch 2 which has a ton of new goodies like Pi 4 compatibility, various front-pieces for adding LEGO brick compatibility, and even a fan and mount!
The 7″ Display is secured into the case with four screws, and your Raspberry Pi is enclosed in a compartment on the back of the case. A simple door covers the Pi in the compartment allowing for the display ribbon cable to connect to the Raspberry Pi DSI port.
For Pi 4, use the USB C splitter cable. For Pi’s 2 and 3, use the Micro USB splitter cable.
Building block compatible front plate with camera hole
Smooth front plate with camera hole
Smooth front plate
Door with included 30x30mm fan
Door with GPIO access
USB-C splitter (for use with Pi 4)
Micro USB splitter (for use with Pi 2 and 3)
75mm VESA mounting
HDMI and audio port access
Compatible with Raspberry Pi B+, 2B, 3B, 3A+, 3B+, and 4
Compatible with the Raspberry Pi camera V1 and V2
Compatible with the Official Raspberry Pi Display
Note: Raspberry Pi, display, and power supply are NOT included!
Moving onto the Small 15mm Back Cover!
Need a smart solution for covering the back of your SmartiPi Touch 2 display stand? This simple cover from SmartiPi screws into the back VESA mounts on the SmartiPi Touch 2 with the four included screws. It allows you to protect HAT boards and other electronic components that you might want for your project. It’s made of ABS plastic and will have to be cut, drilled, or modified for your application. The case also helps protect the ethernet and USB ports on the Pi B+, 2, 3, and 4.
Need a smart solution for covering the back of your SmartiPi Touch display stand? This simple cover from SmartiPi screws into the back VESA mounts on the SmartiPi Touch with the four included screws. It allows you to protect HAT boards and other electronic components that you might want for your project. It’s made of ABS plastic and will have to be cut, drilled, or modified for your application. The case also helps protect the ethernet and USB ports on the Pi B+, 2, 3, and 4.
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