It’s hard to get a vintage Apple II nowadays, but you can use the 3D printed Raspberry Pi case to disguise your Raspberry Pi as a tiny Apple IIGS. Like the idea? Let’s keep going.
The Raspberry Pi case is 3D printed and hand polished and painted by Charles Mangin, a crafter from North California. As we can see from the images, the case is shaped as an old-school Apple IIGS, which features three parts of the desktop computer including the computer, its keyboard and mouse. Meanwhile, every part shows off meticulous detailing, and charming painting matches the “Platinum” color of original Apple IIGS.
The Raspberry Pi case measures 4.5 x 3.75 x 1.5 inches and works with Raspberry Pi 2 and model B-plus. Using its custom opening, you can easily access to the USB and Ethernet ports, and a right-angle microUSB adapter is included to provide power. Moreover, its “Deluxe” version includes a shrunken keyboard and ADB mouse, and both miniatures feature functioning switches that connect to your Raspberry Pi’s GPIO pins, which means by clicking the mouse or pressing the power switch of the keyboard, you can trigger functions on the Pi.
The 3D printed Apple IIGS Raspberry Pi case is available in three models, starting at $100 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Etsy for its more details. BTW, also don’t miss 3D printed Apple IIc Raspberry Pi case and more related cool stuff by following tags.