This is nonsense. I'm using it for my RPI 3B+ and also used it when I created a system for a friend with a RPi 3.lb wrote: ↑Sun Aug 11, 2019 8:51 amThe Flirc case is not a regular case: it's quite expensive and more like a case-sized passive heatsink than a regular case. It also interferes with WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity and you can't access most of the on-board I/O connectors. We don't need any more marketing for this case: we know it works, but we also know it isn't suitable for most users.
Of course it costs more money but it's worth every penny. All those cheap, closed plastic boxes are a pain to use for all RPis starting with the RPi 3. And I really don't want to use a fan.
It may not be the right case for every solution, but this is true for most cases.