sbcomponents wrote:Anyway, maybe selling for around £3 - £4 gives the wrong impression. Well you live and learn!
You're so right on this subject! Everytime we see a cheap product you think that the quality is "cheap" too, but that's not the case here. Your cases are really cheap and very good.
The only problem I see with the 1st version is the missing of a easy way to connect a ribbon cable. We have access to the GPIO but it's not possible to connect a ribbon cable (I tried it yesterday and the cable don't fit on the case's hole). Even that "fault" with the analog connector isn't really a problem, because I can use it with no problem
But that is fixed in the new version, so I think we can call this case a perfect case! You can find more cheap cases like this one but the RPi don't fit so well, and you can even find prettier cases, but they're all expensive (like Pibow).
If you want to proteck your RPi and keep the low price, buy one of these!