Turn your Raspberry Pi into a tiny Linux laptop

This diminutive device sports an LCD screen and keyboard as well as a 64GB solid state drive, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and an integral touchpad.

By Katherine Noyes, PC World |  Hardware, Linux, Raspberry Pi

Full schematics and instructions for building the device are included in Morgan's post, as are STL files for the 3D printing and links to where the parts can be purchased.

"This project is a really slick, professional-looking piece of work, and we're very grateful to [Morgan] for making all the information necessary to make your own available to the community," reads the Raspberry Pi Foundation's own post on the topic.

The total cost for the resulting device amounts to almost $400, but if you find a Raspberry Pi in your stocking this year, this could be just the project you're looking for.


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