When your Adafruit Industries Cyber Deck HAT just isn’t cyberdecky enough… add some meccano!
Normally the HAT is held in place pretty tight, but I had to use an extender header as the 5.0″ screen’s HMDI connector along the bottom edge fouled the Pi 400’s case.
This was my first attempt at building a tiny CyberDeck: Pi Zero 2W, Adafruit 2.8″TFT LCD with @Solderparty‘s BBQ20 USB keyboard
Then I tried the 5.0″ Elecrow HDMI screen, but most of the bulk of the whole setup was the HDMI connectors/cables 😦
Finally getting somewhere – the Pimoroni Hyperpixel 4 (all IO over the GPIO pins!) much neater and with better screen quality then the 2.8″ or 5.0″ screens. And so cute 😀
I modified the plastic bottom of the Flirc case to allow me to mount the Zero4U USB hub directly onto the Pi Zero.
Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W –
Zero4U USB hub – https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/zero4u?variant=35170475722
Flirc case – https://thepihut.com/products/flirc-raspberry-pi-zero-case
Pimoroni Hyperpixel4 – https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/hyperpixel-4?variant=12569485443155
BBQ20 keyboard – https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/bbq20-keyboard-with-trackpad-usb-i2c-pmod?variant=39913457188947
And with Rii wireless keyboard too…
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