PCB for a slim Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Tablet powered by a CM4 #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
As touch screens become more readliy available and Raspberry Pis get beefier the next logical step is Pi tablets!
Reddit user ostahos made this customer PCB for an actually slim Pi tablet.
It features two USB 2.0, full size HDMI, USB C for Power-Input, 5V Battery connector, 40 Pin GPIO Header, Camera + Display Connector and a SD-Card Slot. I already noticed some mistakes, but this is the first revision and one of my first PCB’s. Tell me what you think! 🙂
Edit: Thank you so much for all your replies! It will help me a lot!
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