Portable Raspberry Pi-to-Go Mini PC: Parts-People's Nathan Morgan Bakes a 3D Printed Recipe & "How To" Guide With Files
January 29, 2013 --
Austin, Texas (PRWEB) January 29, 2013
Parts-People.com provides information on how to build a portable Raspberry Pi mini-PC with details published in a "do-it-yourself how-to-guide" titled: Mobile Raspberry Pi Computer: Build your own portable Pi-to-Go.
Conceived as an open-source project, Parts-People.com's President Nathan Morgan said he just wanted to see "if it was possible to make an ultra portable, mobile Raspberry Pi that you can take to-go"; and continued, "....because this is an open source project I wanted to show you everything, including how to build one yourself: I will even provide links to the parts I needed to purchase and the 3D printer STL files to print your own case".
The Raspberry Pi-to-Go guide includes information that members of the do-it-yourself 3D printer "maker community" will find to be indispensable. That do-it-yourself guide demonstrates how to source the needed parts, and provides information on the cost of acquiring them. More importantly, it also links to open-source 3D STL files that are needed for replicating exact copies of the Parts-People.com Raspberry Pi-to-Go design, and also provides numerous photographic images that are helpful to builders.
Sections of interest include:
Internal Powered Hub
Built-in Wi-Fi & Bluetooth
Keyboard & Touch-pad Mouse
3D Printed Case
Where to buy the parts
The online store at Parts-People.com provides refurbished laptops for buyers who prefer a familiar operating system (OS) on hardware with a proven package of drivers.
As part of its online comprehensive knowledge-base resource center the Parts-People.com web-site delivers Technology News & Information services including a news section covering the latest gadgets, and a section devoted to mini / nano PCs such as the Raspberry Pi. Some of those technology news articles have the goal of making geek fun, with things that make people say wow.
The company is continually increasing parts inventory of wholesale Dell laptop parts in Austins growing technology hub. Parts-People.com now stocks more than a quarter of a million notebook replacement parts physically in-house, on-site, and ready to ship the same business day.
Parts-People's Director of Social Media, Roscoe Dyer, produces online tutorial, do-it-yourself, how-to-repair laptop videos, and Dell laptop repair manuals which are updated on a daily basis.
The Parts-People website serves a large number of businesses, school districts, government agencies, non-profits, and individual consumers that will not, or cannot make eBay purchases for a variety of reasons. The technical staff is composed of experts trained specifically to work only on Dell products; a significant reason that individuals and organizations order replacement parts or ship their laptops to Parts-People, from all over the world, for service or repair.
Established in 2002 as a start-up, entrepreneurial, family-owned business, the companys rapid growth in 2003 became the reason for consolidation of operations in 14,000 square-feet of mixed retail, office, and warehouse space.
Parts-People.com now stocks more than 250,000 Dell laptop parts, and operates an online store which provides one of the largest selections of Dell replacement parts on the internet.
The growth of Parts-People.com is complimented by its location in Austin, which is known world-wide as a technology hub. The area is also home to offices of companies such as: AMD, Apple, Cirrus Logic, Dell, Evernote, Facebook, Freescale, Google, HP, IBM, Microsoft, National Instruments, Nvidia, PayPal, Silicon Labs, and 3M. Often called Silicon Hills, Austin is also known to art, music, and SXSW (South-by-Southwest) aficionados as simply, "the ATX".
Parts-People.com can be reached toll-free at 866-816-5254. The main phone number is 512-339-1990. Fax: 512-339-1996. Technology Journalist: paul.b.wordman(at)gmail(dot)com, paul.bottoms.wordman(at)turbo12(dot)com. Company E-mail: info(at)parts-people(dot)com.
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