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July 16, 2014 AT 3:37 pm

NEW PRODUCTS – Raspberry Pi B+ Frosted White Enclosure / Raspberry Pi B+ Black Enclosure

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NEW PRODUCTS – Raspberry Pi B+ Frosted White Enclosure / Raspberry Pi B+ Black Enclosure

Now that you have the precious – your Raspberry Pi Model B+ – it’s a good idea to protect it. And while our beautifully designed Pi Box is great for showing off your B+, you might want a case that’s a bit more inconspicuous. Luckily, there are the Raspberry Pi B+ Enclosures from MCM in Frosted White and Black.

These cases comes in two piece constructions, base and cover, with smooth ABS plastic finishes. There are slots in the top for Camera and Display cables, notches in the side to view the power and activity LEDs, and a slot in the side for GPIO cables so you can easily build out your B+ with accessories.

Each case comes with four bumpers and two screws and slots for vertical mounting.

These cases only work with the Raspberry Pi B+ and a Raspberry Pi is not included!

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Both are in stock and shipping now!

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1 Comment

  1. Patrick Rogers

    Looks nice. It that actually a mount built in for the camera? That would make it nice and compact to make a camera setup.


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