KKSB Raspberry Pi 4 Case Black / Silver
Are you looking for an effective and exclusively designed case for Raspberry Pi 4? This is a metallic case that features a finely crafted black powder-coated lid and an anodized grey bottom. It is a 2-piece casing is easy to assemble. The cutouts for connectors are properly labeled. There are rubber feet at the bottom of the case so that it doesn’t slip on any smooth surface.
Some advantages with this case are that you can add an active fan with a heatsink or a passive heatsink + a hat, perhaps POE or another hat.
Features of KKSB Case for Raspberry Pi 4
- Designed and Manufactured by KKSB-Cases
- Made of high-grade metal
- Anodized finishing makes it look beautiful
- Two rows of air vents at the top
- Cutouts for 2x HDMI, Audio, USB Type C, 2x USB 2.0, 2x USB 3.0, Ethernet, LED, Micro SD, etc.
- Compatible with active and passive heatsinks, different hats such as POE Hat.
The KKSB Raspberry Pi 4 case is an affordable but premium case that provides good protection to your board, with simple and quick assembly.
The Raspberry Pi 4 case is made of Powder-coated steel and includes finishing in anodized aluminum. The included rubber feet keep the case stable on most surfaces.
The precision laser cutting of the case means that cut-outs are available for all the connectors of the board that you required to access.
The case has further been designed for ease of assembly, simply using the supplied screws to affix the board to the base section of the case and then the top section can be snapped into place.
How to Assemble KKSB Case for Raspberry Pi 4?
Setting up KKSB Case for Raspberry Pi 4 is a simple and easy process. You begin with fixing the rubber feet to the bottom. Then pick up the PCB and place it inside the case and tighten it with the help of the screws. Cover the assembly with the case lid. There is no need for any screws because the lid and the bottom are designed to fit like a spring (snap-fitting).
the box is very sexy and well constructed. fit the pi perfectly and was able to get it assembled in minutes. the snap-together design is very nice as it doesn't require any tools (other than a screwdriver for mounting the pi itself) and is quick to open if needed. The adafruit ribbon cable kit is a must if you plan to use the 40-pin header, but that's a small price to pay for a box this hot
Just assembled a RPi 4 4GB board with the official RPi POE Hat. It went together very easily.and looks great, too. Running some overclocking tests on it now and the case ventilation helps keep the CPU temperature at a reasonable level.