The Raspberry Pi, a piece of silicon wizardry that costs all of just $35, has proven itself to be quite the catalyst in kicking off DIY projects. Having said that, this is one interesting Raspberry Pi project that would definitely make you wish you had such “powers” on hand, and I am referring to what has been dubbed as the Pi-To-Go mobile Raspberry Pi experience. This open source project comes with a 3D printed chassis, now how cool and unconventional is that?
The founder and CEO of Parts-People.com, Inc., a company that specializes exclusively in Dell laptops; and to be more specific, in Dell replacement parts, Dell laptop repair, and Dell laptop refurbishing, had some free time on hand, hence using his 10 years of experience in repairing and building laptops to come up with the Pi-To-Go.
Running on a Broadcom BCM2835 ARM11 700MHz chipset (Revision B), it has 256MB RAM, a 4GB SD card where the operating system is installed on it, a 64GB Sata II SSD, an 802.11b/g/n card and Bluetooth 3.0 support, a single powered USB port, a HDMI port, and a QWERTY keyboard that comes alongside a touchpad mouse. Cool or totally rad?
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