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Ben Heck's Raspberry Pi Zero portable computer

The single-board computer used in this project was donated by a fan of the show.
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07.10.16
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In this episode we bring you a Raspberry Pi Zero build. This elusive single-board computer was kindly donated by an element14 Community member. Of course, Ben then did what comes naturally to him: He turned it into a portable computer. The parts were designed with Autodesk Fusion 360, 3D-printed and then joined together with laser-cut parts. Head over to the element14 Community and tell us what you've created using the Raspberry Pi Zero. While you're there, find upcoming builds, project files and special events.

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