The trick is to try not to indicate that you DO recognise it.....dhardingham wrote:I suspect that many Raspi owners may be too young to remember this futuristic little gadget!
There was some semi-serious thought along that direction but, alas, like the Altoids tin, it's just a smidge too small.Jim Manley wrote:The interesting thing is that you could use that as a case and, with a USB microphone input, a USB WiFi dongle, a small amplifier with a speaker plugged into the audio jack, and a few batteries, you could have a fully-functional device after setting up VOIP software.
I'm guessing here ... having had a quick look at your profile, and your 6 posts to date, ... do you by any chance work for Altoids?Craig French wrote:The Raspberry Pi fits in the Altoids mint tin, the FAQ is wrong (at least for the Chinese model B I just received via element14). You have to drill holes for the connectors and SD card anyway, just use your same mad Dremel skills on the corner where you’re placing the ethernet port. Yes, the top will close nicely, see https://pbs.twimg.com/media/A92B5tsCEAAG2h9.jpg and https://pbs.twimg.com/media/A92BJfWCEAAyFz5.jpg . I placed a gift card underneath the Pi for insulation — works great.