Perhaps the most important item you can buy for your Raspberry Pi is a case. Generally inexpensive, they serve to protect your little computer from dust, tiny fingers, and paws. In some cases, they’re rugged enough to protect your Pi from the elements.
But what if you want a more DIY approach?
Many options are available for DIY builds, from using the approved cardboard punnet to repurposing old hardware such as games cartridges. You might even 3D print a case, or simply bolt two pieces of wood around your Raspberry Pi.
But there’s another option: Lego. The world’s foremost construction toy makes an […]