The Pi Palette is a Raspberry Pi 3 single board computer in a 3D printed enclosure to disguise it as a (somewhat chunky) makeup palette.
•Full BOM is not in the files list- includes TaoBao link to mirrored glasses for those who asked:-)
•As shown the Pi Palette is running Kali Linux - a pentesting (hacking) distribution, but you can run several other Linux versions- and even a version of Windows 10. Just please remember that every time you run Windows on hardware fully compatible with Linux a baby penguin dies.
•Wireless charging, and a 5000mah battery which seems to be good for at least a few hours depending (the backlit screen can be turned off separately while bruteforcing, wardriving and other headless tasks)
•An RTL3070 WiFi adapter which can be swapped out for a Software Defined Radio without losing basic WiFi connectivity due to the rPi3s onboard WiFi.
•A 5in, 800x480 "smart mirror" type display in portrait orientation with optional touchscreen capability.
•Makeup trays can be 3D printed to accommodate most major brands of cosmetic pots.
Lots of people have asked me where I got the portrait layout keyboard. Here's the current situation:
There is no consistently produced version of the RF mini keyboard. I spoke to iPassport and they just make a batch when someone meet their MOQ. See: http://www.chinaimportal.com/blog/minimum-order-quantity-moq-why-it-s-required-by-chinese-suppliers/
The current version of the Pi-Palette shown uses a iPazzPort/Unisen KP-810-02 (http://ipazzport.com/en_productinfo.asp?id=152) it's not available in the West, but is in China:
Because of this I've made alternate files for both the bottom half and the keyboard cover so you can also use the iPazzPort/Unisen KP-810-05E, KP-810-05V, KP-810-05C:
So you have a total of four keyboard options depending on what's available where you are. Updated STL files are labeled accordingly.