PiP! Nobble's Raspberry Pi Portable (tutorial in link!)

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  1. nobble .

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    https://hackaday.io/project/6478-pip-raspberry-pi-portable-slate-computer

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    Check out my latest portable! Raspberry Pi B+ that runs off a LiPo battery and has 720p touchscreen and 3 USB ports. It may be a few years old, but I am posting this here now since I have just recently joined BitBuilt.

    Hopefully I will be making more portables soon! Check out my YouTube channel for more info!
     
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    This must trully be destiny, lol. Thanks for posting the tutorial! Ill most certainly use it for my project.
     
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    Lulz. Anytime! As long as you don't forget the sauce. :D

    Good luck with your build! Hope to see some pictures and updates soon!
     
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    Spent some time on PiP this weekend. I decided to finally dust off this portable and update the distro. (I downloaded Raspbian Stretch not knowing it didn't officially support EmulationStation/RetroPie yet. I'm going to buy a SD card switcher and once I get another Micro SD card I will add RetroPie to it via Jessie. I'm just glad to have this ticking nicely again. The touchscreen on my 5" HDMI backpack seems to have lost it's calibration during the process. But I've had issues with that for a while now. It may be a lost cause for now since It's difficult to get a Micro USB cable down far enough to plug into the LCD for re-calibrating. I've been using this air mouse currently and it works like a charm!

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