Published on 22nd March 2013 by
Originally Posted by jay2-_-
Sad asian is sad..
Originally Posted by SarakonAnd also sad African :(
Originally Posted by CombatusSorry about the shipping limitations - out of our control unfortunately!
Originally Posted by jcb121To what accuracy is the 85mmx56mm?
Originally Posted by MeThe underside of the board is pretty barren, with nothing much to see save for a collection of surface-mount resistors, capacitors and a couple of crystals. The sole exception is the SD card slot, which provides the Raspberry Pi with its only form of on-device storage. While basic, the connector serves its purpose - although if you're thinking of building a case, it's worth mentioning that the SD card sticks out around 17mm beyond the edge of the board.
This, plus a proud-sitting pair of USB ports and the RCA jack, gives the Pi an overall size of around 109mm x 63mm. With the 'official' size of the board - measured purely in terms of the area of the PCB - being 85.60mm x 53.98mm, that's a significant extra bit of space for box-builders to find.
Originally Posted by jcb121ah ok, I'm finding the "precise Dimensions" very lacking. like the length of the RCA(?) jack and all the dimensions regarding the GPIO pins.
Originally Posted by jcb121I'd thought about it but felt like it was cheating a bit!
Originally Posted by CheapskateAwww. kinda wish I had a use for one now. A micro case comp sounds like fun.
-Can I submit a case without a Pi?
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