Video: The Raspberry Pi Zero is still a pain in the butt to find, but if you have one and want to put it to good use, Ben Heck shows off how to make a clamshell-style portable computer. The idea here is similar to the Nintendo DS-style Raspberry Pi we've seen before, but smaller. As is often the case with Heck's projects, you'll need access to a variety of equipment, including a laser cutter to make your own keyboard, so you'll likely want to look into your local hackerspace if you haven't already. This is an advanced project through-and-through, but if you're willing to dive in pretty deep, it's a good framework for your own portable design.
Build Ben Heck's Tiny Raspberry Pi Zero Portable Computer
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