You don’t have to buy a case for a Raspberry Pi, but doing so makes the experience that much nicer. That’s particularly so if, for example, you plan to use a Pi 3 B+ as a home-theater PC or even a secondary desktop.
A whole sea of options exist out there, though, ranging from simple acrylic cases to elaborately carved wood shells. So we dug into the mix to find the best of the bunch at different prices—and came up with a selection that should make minimalists, HTPC fans, gamers, hardware hackers, and even hot-rod enthusiasts happy.
The best Raspberry Pi cases
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