That would be quite cool, and just like Lego, but is there really a market? Maybe I should put together a few simple cases and see what EBay thinks...benedict3578 wrote:Sold my Lego a few weeks before getting the Pi! Noooooo. Some people have written to Lego, and they may be selling a kit with the pieces to build a Pi case very soon! It looks great!
You are too kind! The swivel base and ornate lid are easily detached for a more sleek and portable version, like in the first pictures, so it could be considered a transformer.bigsi111 wrote:Wonderful, truly wonderful - the first transformer Pi!
Hibbmaj wrote: Xboard working, and a FICS account created so we can play chess online. The current challenge is making it talk to an external chessboard (novag) so we can play with real pieces. I have cobbled together a serial cable and adaptor, then acquired a USB to serial interface - got it working on PC, not yet on OSX, next try will be Pi.
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