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Touch Pi: Portable Raspberry Pi

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UPDATE Now works with Raspberry Pi 2

In this project we're building a portable Raspberry Pi using the model A+, PiTFT 3.5” display, Powerboost 500C and a 2500mAh lithium polymer battery.

We designed this very simple case in CAD - It's a two part enclosure that's fasten together with screws. All the components are panel mounted and fit nicely in a small little enclosure.

This is a great starting point to build on top of, because you can modify the parts to fit your project and reuse any components - It's a very modular design and it's open source so you can make it yours.

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Designed by Noe and Pedro for Adafruit Industries.
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Check out the full tutorial on The Adafruit Learning System. Features circuit diagram, assembly photos and full list of materials.

Full Tutorial

Featured Components
Raspberry Pi A+
Adafruit PiTFT 3.5"
Powerboost 500C
2500mAh Lithium polymer battery


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