Use a 3D printer, Raspberry Pi and a few parts to build your own notebook
We’ve got a whole new look this month. The MagPi magazine has been redesigned from tip to toe with a fresh new style. It’s got bigger photographs, better tutorials and more photographs than ever before.
Our cover star this issue is a Build your own laptop feature. This is ambitious, but a perfectly practical project that’s incredibly rewarding. You’ll get a better understanding of how modern computers are put together, and get a fully mobile Raspberry Pi to boot.
In The MagPi #74 we look at how to 3D print your own laptop using a Raspberry Pi and a few off-the-shelf parts.
Our spooktacular Halloween feature returns with the scariest ghoulish hacks. We’ve got wicked wearables, deadly decorations and dreadful dolls. Plus puns! Lots and lots of puns.
Regular readers will know we’ve been coding games for a while now, but we’ve worked up to a classic this month: Space Invaders. Discover how to make this classic arcade game from scratch with Python.