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Case for Raspberry Pi 3 (not suitable for Pi 3 Model B+), WHITE
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- White Raspberry Pi case. Not suitable for Pi3 Model B+. Note the successor product B07BQV3W82.
- Ventilation holes on the top and bottom.
- Two alternative mounting points for Raspberry Pi HD and Pi NoIR cameras.
- Dimensions: 93.74 x 62.6 x 31.5 mm.
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1. 3 piece construction for better access and assembly combinations. 2. High gloss top plate (for high value) and textured sides (hard wearing). 3. Better air flow (for some who may be over-clocking their device). 4. Route for FFC, & IDE harness whilst replacing the top plate for a more complete aesthetic. 5. Improved on-board connector access. We've removed more base material so that the user gets better penetration into the connector (allowing for the older, larger connector heads). 6. SD Card is accessible anytime but neatly hidden. 7. Screw holes within the base to allow wall mounting or secure fastening to a work surface. 8. We have integrated 2 locations for the Pi camera, one horizontally inside the case (Remove the lid) and one hidden inside using the Pi logo as a viewing hole (Ideal for wall mounted version for hiding the camera).
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On the case dispatched in early-Feb 2015, the Pi 2 doesn't quite fit properly (do not force it!) - but there's a really simple fix.
The small issue is that on the Pi 2 PCB the polyfuse is in a slightly different position compared to the Pi B+. The new position fouls the plastic support tab in this case. Using a small sharp pair of wire cutters you can carefully cut back the support tab from this corner of the case (see photo), and then it fits the Pi 2 too. I'm sure OneNineDesign will tweak the plastic moulding before too long.
Edit (April 2018) to add: for the avoidance of doubt, this review is for product 1 9 Design 19D Case for Raspberry Pi B + and Pi2 - Black/Clear
Despite the description stating it is fit for the Pi B+ and Pi2 models, many images displayed an updated version of the case that fit the Pi3 model. Other people also pointed out that the Pi2 did not fit, so I assumed this was in fact a Pi3 case.
When it arrived however, it did not have the extra cut-outs for all the heatsinks as some images show. And it did not fit my Pi3 properly either.
I can only assume the seller is sending a mixed stock of Pi2 and Pi3 compatible models out to those who purchase this, so I'd advise you not to buy this unless you're feeling lucky.
Despite that I was really looking forward to using this case, the spacing for ribbon cables at the top was a neat feature and also serves as ventilation. However the build quality doesn't feel that great and it was a bit flimsy to hold, almost as if it would crack or break at the slightest bump.
I really wanted to like this case, but given the confusion over which models it fits and the conflicting reports from other reviewers. I'd say give this one a pass and buy the officially license Raspberry Pi case, that one definitely fits. (I have Pi3)
My only negative comment is the main chip on the RPI2 doesn't quite line up with the opening in the interior of the case thus can't place a heat sink on without modification, besides that all the external ports line up nicely.
This is one one of the few cases to deliver all fronts. - no mean feat, with the Pi sprouting connectors in all directions. Considering this is also one of the cheapest cases, there is little not to like. The main case holds the Pi snuggly and has a kind of inner "membrane" cover to protect most of the Pi against dust etc, while giving access to all the top-side connectors and "breathing space" for the CPU. A smarter push-on flat lid fixes on top, attaching at each corner and leaving a letter-box gap around the top edge so that any attached ribbon cables can pass through with ease. If your Pi runs hot and you're concerned about cables blocking potential ventilation paths, then you could leave the lid off. The unlidded case still provides better protection than most.
Contrary to other reports I didn't need to cut or modify anything to fit my Pi 2. Slotting the Pi in requires some jiggling. For quite a few minutes I thought it wasn't going to go, but I persevered, offering the two together at various angles until eventually cae and Pi just slotted together as if there had never been a problem. Absolutely no force required. It's a remarkably snug fit, which it needs to be because no bolts or tools are used to hold anything together.
The one real compromise I've found is that you can't see the LED indicator lights on the Pi board. For most people most of the time that won't matter, and may even be preferred, but for diagnostic purposes, some additional effort may be required. For me this one compromise is entirely forgivable (There is, I believe, a clear version of this case, but I haven't seen it on Amazon and it's no-longer listed by the obvious major UK electronics and Pi supplier I saw it at (name used to rhyme with radio spares)).
My previous favourite case was sold by a US company named after the first lady of computing. It is Pi 1 only and doesn't give access to top ports without modification. This oneninedesign case blows that one away and is almost, but not quite, infinitely superior to all those top+bottom plate only apologies for a case, which are slightly better than nothing at all.
If you're in the habit of hurling your Pi about, you might prefer a design which screws together. Otherwise this is the kiddie!
You can even see from the picture of the product that the lid is not flush to the rest of the body.. this is how mine is and no amount of cutting deeper grooves into the various bits helped either.
Very nice looking case, but ultimately completely useless.
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