Pimoroni 100017 - Carcasa para Raspberry Pi, negro
Del 19 al 25 de marzo de 2018. Descubre más aquí.
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Descripción del producto
Un caso colorido, durable y divertido para el Raspberry Pi micro-computer que es única hecha a mano fuera de siete capas de colores con una tapa transparente y base.
Cada capa es cortado con láser de acrílico colorido de alta calidad y una vez apilados con seguridad contienen la Raspberry Pi mientras deja el principal puertos accesibles.Â Â FUNCIONES:
No se necesitan herramientas para el montaje o disassembly.
Con un peso de sólo 92 gramos el caso es ligero y ideal para montaje en cualquier superficie.Â
Borrar parte superior y la base para dejar visible la Raspberry Pi
Laser grabado puerto marcas
Alta calidad colores acrílico fundido
Protege su Raspberry Pi
Hojas principal puertos accesibles
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Cuenta con varios orificios de refrigeracion aunque yo recomiendo ponerle unas patitas de goma sobre las tuercas inferiores para que se eleve un poco y mejorar la refrigeración.
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The product itself is great! 9 laser-cut layers of high quality acrylic. All ports are labeled with laser etchings of what each port is. Each layer (minus the top plate) has a small number etched in too so you know what order to stack them in. The 4 bolts are nylon and easy to install. Also includes 5 nuts and a mini tool for screwing them on.
The only small problem I had was two bolts were slightly longer than the other two so I put the short ones in the back and the longer ones up front. There was still a slight wobble even after switching them around. I had realized I put the bottom plate on wrong too so when I unscrewed them to fix it I decided to put the nuts up top this time. It sits a little shorter now but no wobble. Plus I figured if I need to remove the top plate to access the Pi it would make it a little easier. There's still enough space for ventilation and if nothing else you could always sand the ends down a bit if you have the same problem.
The order was placed on May 5th and was delivered May 7th which was quite speedy but it was sent from Chicago and I reside in Indiana so that could be a factor. Either way, the delivery description said 1-2 days so it might get to you in that time. Idk for sure.
Great color theme
Excellent build construction. I read reviews of people having scratched acrylic panes or the plastic screws being terrible, but if you don't over tighten the screws and are careful when opening it, you'll have no issues.
Attention whore... seriously. My friend in shop (technical high school) has a solid black case that hides everything, and while that's very clean looking, this thing got all the attention.
Can't access the GPIO without taking the case apart and running a ribbon cable out of it. This is extremely annoying if you use your pi for a server sometimes, and as a DIY project base other times.
The HDMI plug is recessed, so any cheap (fat) HDMI plugs may not fit. I don't use HDMI, so I don't have the issue. Just an observation.
The Micro-USB power port could be bigger, as the cable that came with my adafruit starter kit does not fit. However, my longer phone charging cable works, so I guess it's a per-case issue.
It's a case... and it complemented well by the cheap heat sink kit you can buy for it, and if you use it as a computer and not as a base for DIY projects you're more than fine.
Two minor reasons it doesn't get 5 stars -- 1) it looks like when they etched the raspberry onto the acrylic the area immediately surrounding the etch clouded up slightly. It's not awful, but noticeable when you're holding it. 2) the plastic hardware is great in theory and theme, and it works, but I foresee myself buying replacement metal hardware in the future.