Raspberry Pi finally has an official case just three years after the first model went on sale.
The low-cost, pocket sized Linux based computer has had unofficial enclosures made for it since Model A was released in February 2012, but manufacturing and design issues have delayed the release of an official one.
Designer Kinner Durfort was chosen to produce six main designs and 20 secondary, before three were chosen to be created as prototypes. The design was then refined until the case, named ‘Construct’ was settled on.
The case will cost £6.60 and will be available to buy from a number of online stores in the UK.