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  • Writer's pictureAndres Borray

Lunch_Box CyberDeck

Updated: Apr 8


Home made computer built from a Nanuk hard shell case using a raspberry pi board.
My home made cyber deck

My latest creation: the Lunchbox Cyber Deck.


Specs at a glance:

  • Case: Nanuk 904 waterproof hard-shell

  • Display: RaspberryPi 7-inch touchscreen, driver-free

  • Processor: RaspberryPi 4, 2GB RAM

  • Storage: 64G Samsung Evo Select SD card

  • Keyboard: Custom Gherkin, 30% ortho-linear

  • Connectivity: USB-C, HDMI, USB hub

  • Extras: 3D-printed components, tactile switches, trackball navigation


My build was featured on Hackaday. Thank you Kristina Panos for taking the time to write about it. Check out the write-up here.




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Evan
Evan
Jun 26

This is such a cool build! One of my friends built something very similar to this. His also runs on a Pi, but the main differences are that he used a Samsung EVO 2.5" SSD and designed his own case. Also, his cyberdeck has an 30 year old analog voltmeter for some reason XD.

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