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transporting your Pi-topCEED

Fri Dec 30, 2016 11:07 am

Following a few gentle hints during the Autumn I got a Pi-topCEED for Christmas. The main reason I want the CEED is to make getting to Pi Jams easier in terms of the amount of clutter I have to carry around [ specifically to avoid lugging around a separate monitor ] . I avoided the Pi-Top [modular laptop] partly because it has more built in than I wanted - eg battery, but most importantly the track pad which does not work for me being very 'left handed' .

So my question is - has anyone found a good solution to transporting a CEED, ideally I would like a soft proactive bag that I can also put keyboard, mouse and PSU in ?
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Re: transporting your Pi-topCEED

Tue Jan 03, 2017 7:24 am

I have several that I carry around for demos etc and I just keep them in the original boxes, use a fabric shopping bag and toss the mice/keyboards in. A little work with a knife would likely make a space in the box for at least the mouse and quite possibly a smalll keyboard?
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