Inas Azzam has created a new aluminium Raspberry Pi 2 case that provides a way of both protecting your mini PC and also helping dissipate the temperature created by the processor and chipset when you overclock the mini PC.
The new aluminium Pi case has been named the Razzmatazz and has taken to Kickstarter to raise the $20,000 it requires to make the jump into production, over the next 60 days.
Watch the video below to learn more about the new aluminium Raspberry Pi case from its creator explains more about its inspiration and features.
The Razzamatazz is a work of art where form and function live in perfect harmony. It is made of quality materials and designed without compromise to house your Raspberry Pi 2 and keep it cool under extreme performance. In a nutshell after running the Rasbperry Pi overclocked at 1000MHz for a period of 24 hours, the Razzmatazz kept the core and surface temperatures very cool at a small steady change in temperature.
We have done all the design work and have made working samples of the Razzmatazz case. We are production ready. We now need your support to be able to manufacture the MOQ required to make this a deliverable product. The Razzmatazz is machine cut with extreme precision from hardened blocks of industrial strength aluminum designed to stay solid long after the dawn of man.
The primary design focus of the Razzmatazz was pure quality with graceful form and outstanding functionality. The case is curated from a single solid block of hardened aluminum. It’s cut using high precision machines. It’s not stamped out like most cases but is made to maximize the heatsink efficiency and its robustness. It’s then treated and anodized in black to give it a resilient gorgeous finish. We hand check every piece to make sure it’s flawless.
Jump over to the Kickstarter website for more details and to make a pledge from $39.
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