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Ben Heck's Pi Top Assembly demo

It's a laptop based on the Raspberry Pi.
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01.10.16 in DIY
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Felix and Ben build an alternative laptop based on the Raspberry Pi, the Pi-Top! The successful Kickstarter laptop which you can build yourself. Still in its prototyping stage but nearing ready for prime-time, Felix gets his hands on yet another laptop keyboard while Ben gives it a critical eye and builds an add-on I2C based adapter to give it additional functionality that you wouldn't see in a standard laptop. You can find build files, more about The Ben Heck Show and discuss ideas with a community of Makers and engineers on the element14 community.

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