I ordered a Pibow Ninja Coupe a few days ago, and got it delivered to work this morning.
This post is full of photos, unboxing the case and assembling the case with the raspberry pi inside it!
The case arrived at work this morning
At home, waiting to be opened
Tools needed: a knife to open the packaging, and a flat-head screwdriver to tighten the screws at the end (and a raspberry pi to put inside the case)
Cutting along the line so that I can keep the instructions intact (if I wasn’t making a blog post, I’d have ripped it open!)
The Pibow case is made from individual sections of acrylic, looks like it has been laser cut, and each part has a thin film on it.
Peeling off the film
Stacking the layers on top of each other – the layers are marked with numbers and stack in order.
Placing the Raspberry pi on top of the second layer
The case is complete! there is access to the GPIO, SD card slot, power, usb, hdmi, Ethernet ports, etc – without opening the case.
Final image – my home-lab for a size comparison.