BACK IN STOCK – Smarti Pi Touch Pro for Raspberry Pi and Official 7″ Display
The SmartiPi Touch Pro is a case for the Official Raspberry Pi display and Raspberry Pi 2, 3, and 4. There is also a mounting point below the display for the Official Raspberry Pi camera V1 or V2. (Please note it is not compatible with the Raspberry Pi HQ camera.) The camera can be completely hidden with an included adhesive panel. The adhesive panel can also be customized with your own logo!
This enclosure creates an all-in-one Raspberry Pi computer with a single USB-C port or microUSB port in the back to power the components in the case. The Raspberry Pi is mounted behind the display and the ports are flush with the edge of the display. There’s even a fan included for keeping your Pi cool.
An included port blocking part for Pi 3 or 4 allows you to only allow access to the ports that you want exposed. There is also a second set of threaded inserts to mount your own development board or another piece of hardware. Perfect for an industrial or commercial application where you want to add your own development board to the case. The case is made out of injection-molded ABS plastic, so it can be drilled or machined for additional customization.
The 7″ Display is secured into the case with four screws, and your Raspberry Pi is enclosed in a compartment on the back of the case. A simple door covers the Pi in the compartment allowing for the display ribbon cable to connect to the Raspberry Pi DSI port.
Note: The Raspberry Pi display, Raspberry Pi, and Raspberry Pi camera are not included. Once assembled, the SD card, HDMI port, and audio jack are not accessible from outside the case. You can plug in an HDMI or audio cable into the Raspberry Pi inside the case, and then run the wire outside.
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