Raspberry Pi enthusiasts that are enjoying using the new small form factor Raspberry Pi Zero mini PC which was launched late last year by the Raspberry Foundation and priced at just $5 to help anyone start programming, but is currently in short supply.
Maybe interested in two new wooden cases which have been designed specifically for the Raspberry Pi Zero and take the form of the C4Labs Zebra Zero and Zebra Zero Plus.
The difference between the two cases is that one, the Plus, accommodates a small breadboard which allows you to build projects on the go whilst keeping your Pi Zero mini PC safe from harm and wrapped into skins of wooden protection. The new Zero cases are now available to purchase from Adafruit who explains a little more about the design :
A simple and versatile installation makes this case one of our favorites. The clever C4 nuts used to hold the case together can accept a screw from either end so if you want to install a PiHAT it can be secured to the nuts on the other side! A straight or right-angle GPIO header can be soldered in from either side of the board too.
Jump over to the Adafruit online store to purchase the C4Labs Zebra Zero and Zebra Zero Plus cases priced at $5.95 and $10.95 respectively. If you found this article interesting you might also be interested in this list of awesome Raspberry Pi Zero projects we have put together.
Source: AdafruitFiled Under: Hardware, Top News