Home

Turn A Keyboard Into A Raspberry Pi Computer

The Raspberry Pi is still picking up momentum. If you’re looking for a way to build an old-school computer in a keyboard with a Raspberry Pi, the German blog Preamp shows you exactly how to do it.

The build uses a Cherry G80-3000 keyboard, and then proceeds to stuff the Raspberry Pi into the back of it. Next up comes a few mods to the case for USB output, an HDMI port and more. The end result is, just as you’d expect, a computer stuffed into a keyboard that’s easily transportable to any monitor in the house. Head over to Preamp for all the instructions.

RaspCherry Pi (Google Translate) [Preamp via Hack a Day]


Have you subscribed to Lifehacker Australia's email newsletter? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.