It’s all here, every time you’re ready to prototype a project, in one neat and tidy package.
All of the Raspberry Pi Zero ports are accessible from the ZeroDock, including the camera port and reset/composite pin header. pHATs are also not obstructed, so you’re free to prototype with your favorite add-on boards.
The case is a stylish mix of clear and black acrylic layers, black fixings, and a clear solderless mini-breadboard.
4 layer laser-cut acrylic case
Slots for Raspberry Pi fixings
Screws, nuts, and rubber feet
Please note: Simple assembly is required. Please see the assembly guide. Raspberry Pi Zero & accessories shown in the demo picture are not included (but the wee breadboard is!)
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