In February 2012, a team of computer scientists released a credit-card sized computer, with the hope of bringing personal computing to those who can’t afford a standard one. It’s called Raspberry Pi, and it’s a pretty incredible machine. What it lacks, is an equally incredible case. That’s why we made Pi case. It has three pieces: an aluminum bottom that functions as a heat sink, a magnetized, aluminum wall mount, and a clear plastic lid. Simply screw the mount into the wall or use an adhesive to attach it to your monitor, and you’re ready to go. Like to add components to your Raspberry Pi? There are extra openings for additional cables, just for tinker enthusiast such as yourself.