Raspberry Pi – FUZE case and Photoshop fun

Whilst attending Play:Expo and taking a break from retro gaming, I took a wander around the trade exhibitions and stopped by FUZE stand to check out their rather cool Raspberry Pi projects and peripherals.

The FUZE powered by Raspberry Pi® provides an ideal, safe and secure Raspberry Pi workstation, retaining all connectivity via the easily accessible back panel. Supplied with the 512MB Raspberry Pi®, a UK Keyboard, wireless mouse, mat, pass-thru interface, solder-less breadboard and component kit.


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They look great don’t they, and perfect for tinkering around with the GPIO without getting too tangled in all that cabling. Also, the case brings the Pi’s HDMI, usb, A/V, Power, SD and Network ports to the rear instead of having your Pi case looking like a spider.

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You can find out more information about FUZE project via the link below and details on ordering a kit in a range of configurations to suit either your needs and budget.



These cases remind of the old 8 and 16 bit computers like the Sinclair Spectrums, Commodore C64/Amiga , Atari’s and Acorns where the computer main board was housed inside the same case as the keyboard. With one of these FUZE cases and for example Chameleon PI installed, I bet it would make for one cool looking retro emulation station!

Hmm custom paint jobs? – How about this Photoshop mock up I created for fun 🙂



With the holiday season gathering speed , I think it’s time to write Santa a wishlist 🙂


2 responses to “Raspberry Pi – FUZE case and Photoshop fun

  1. Not sure about kids, but 30+ target will find it beautiful indeed 🙂

    By the way, why limiting the target audience to children? This is a great vehicle to teach programming older people as well. Fuze might own me some money now 😉

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