New LEGO-compatible case for the Raspberry Pi touch screen launched on Kickstarter

Tom Murray, who launched the LEGO-compatible SmartiPi case in October 2014, has just launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise money for a case for the official touch screen for the Raspberry Pi. The new case, which will be injection moulded, includes an adjustable stand and looks to be a very well put-together design. So, if you’ve got a touch screen, take a look at the Kickstarter. The case starts at $20 USD (shipping is free in the USA and a very competitive $7 for the UK) and includes a case and mount for the official Pi camera.

4 comments for “New LEGO-compatible case for the Raspberry Pi touch screen launched on Kickstarter

  1. John Pugh
    5 January 2016 at 12:39 pm

    I already own one of the official touch screens for the Raspberry Pi so I am particulary interested in the development of this very smart looking case. I am actually looking at buying a second 7″ screen at the moment because the first is tied to a project, I have four Pi’s in use here.

  2. Bonzadog
    5 January 2016 at 5:02 pm

    I was initially put off by the Lego look, but I have been told
    that the Lego bit can be disconnected.

    Where can one buy that Y cable ??

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