I drilled out holes in the top on the sides of the lid on the sides. I also drilled a few holes in the center of the bottom. In my head this seems like a good way to promote air circulation. If I’m wrong, I hope that someone who understands the way warm and cool air interacts to create circulation will correct me. There’s little feet on the bottom to help prevent scratching and to allow air to come in through the bottom.
USB and HDMI Ports
Nintendo Box Power Switch
If you’re familiar with Linux you can look into some of the great projects that support the Raspberry Pi to get the unit going:
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