Retro PC and Raspberry Pi enthusiasts may be interested in a new Raspberry Pi case which has been created by the Retro Pie Cases website and takes the form of a TRS-80 styled enclosure to protect your mini PC. The latest addition expands the range even further making seven retro PC cases in the range, although the new TRS-80 Pi case is not yet available to purchase.
Other Raspberry Pi case retro PC enclosures include a Commodore Amiga Raspberry Pi Case, Commodore 64 Raspberry Pi Case with working power LED C64, Commodore VIC-20 Raspberry Pi Case with working power LED, Commodore C16 Raspberry Pi Case with working power LED, Atari ST Raspberry Pi Case and BBC Model B Raspberry Pi Case.
“The BBC Model B is the very epitome of the 8-bit computer era. Released by the British Broadcasting Corporation and given away free to schools to inspire a generation of coders. It has made the UK the powerhouse it is today for games design and development. The goals of the Raspberry Pi foundation, that was inspired by the BBC Model B, is to create a new generation of programmers and developers with cheap and ready access to technology.
This is a beautiful 3D printed case designed by me and printed on an Original Prusa i3 MK2 with high quality print settings. It fits the Raspberry Pi perfectly leaving full access to all ports and easy access to the SD card slot. The case is snap fitted requiring no screws or accessories and and comes fully assembled and prepared for immediate use. Perfect for use with RetroPie and Emulation Station.”
All the cases are 3D printed and are available priced from £25 upwards, jump over to the official Retro Pie Cases by following the link below for full specifications and ordering details. If you enjoy building Pi projects you might be interested in our comprehensive list of Raspberry Pi displays, HATS and small screens.
Source: Retro Pi
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