Mobile Raspberry Computer Case - Portable Raspberry Pi-to-Go
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Everyone has seen Raspberry Pi Computer, the credit card sized mini PC circuit board that cost only $35. Now there is a new Mobile Raspberry Pi called Pi-to-Go. Mini LCD, 10 hour battery, and 64GB SSD hard drive. You can 3D print your own case and build your own. Complete instruction on how to build this Pi-to-go computer can be found here: http://blog.parts-people.com/2012/12/20/mobile-raspberry-pi-computer-build-your-own-portable-rpi-to-go/
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Building this Raspberry Pi-to-go is not for everyone. Wiring all the electronics together does require some basic soldering and knowledge of basic wiring. Lets get started.
Step 1: Print all pieces.
Step 2: Snap screen portion to the base portion.
Step 3: Snap on right side cover
Step 4: Wire all electronics by following the instructions found here: http://blog.parts-people.com/2012/12/20/mobile-raspberry-pi-computer-build-your-own-portable-rpi-to-go/
Step 5: Snap on left side cover
Step 6: Screw on back cover with four 2mm x 6mm screws
Step 7: Comment and ask questions for help.
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