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Black Case for Raspberry Pi 2 & 3 Model B

4.53 out of 5 based on 140 customer ratings
(137 customer reviews)

Enokay Black Case for Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Raspberry Pi 3 Model B

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Product Description

  • This case is compatible with Raspberry Pi 2 Pi 3 Model B B Plus
  • The case is a two piece injection moulded
  • This ABS case is for Raspberry Pi 2 Pi 3 Model B B Plus
  • This case is easy to install
  • This case has good ventilation

1. This protective case is designed specifically for the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B and Raspberry Pi 3 Model B.
2. The case is a two-piece injection-moulded and made of ABS Material.
3. It provides the best available protection/accessibility for the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B and Raspberry Pi 3 Model B.
4. This cas is easy to install and has good ventilation.


Packing included:
1.one piece case.
2.A set of aluminum heat sink.
3.one piece screwdriver.

Additional Information

Brand

Enokay

Model

ENZMZ187-CA

PartNumber

ENZMZ187-CA

137 reviews for Black Case for Raspberry Pi 2 & 3 Model B

  1. 5 out of 5

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    I bought this because I liked the smooth, compact look. Actually holding it in my hand with the Pi 3 inside, I love it. It’s amazing how small it feels if you’re used to the boxy, rectangular cases.

    Thanks to other reviews, I was aware that the plastic is a little soft, so you won’t be able to put the screws in and out all the time; I’m not planning to open it up short of an emergency. Also, only the standard ports are exposed, not the GPIO pins or custom camera/data interfaces. If that’s not a problem for you, you should be pleased with this nifty little case.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    Simple case with fair air flow holes.

    If you need a high airflow case because your pushing it hard this is not the case for you.
    If you need a simple looking case so its not exposed then this is a good option.

  3. 3 out of 5

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    Should have got a case that gives you access to the IDE port on the inside. This one has no room for a ribbon to go through if you needed it.

  4. 4 out of 5

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    Bought this to go with the new PI3. I like the minimalist approach to these boxes so, the smaller the better – this worked will for me and exactly what I wanted.

    Only thing I find hard is to remove the micro SD card, at first I had to open the box (unscrew) to change the card. Not possible with my fingers and I have to use a sharp object to hook and pull it out. But it should not be a problem since I do not expect to frequently exchange the card.

  5. 5 out of 5

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    Quick, easy, and as described. Went together well with no manufacturing issues. The only problem was that after I bought it, they came out with an official one which was easier to access if you wanted to modify or expand it. For what I ended up using it for, it was perfect and I have no complaints. I don’t know if it will work with the new model (4 core) and you will have to research that, otherwise it was a good buy.

  6. 5 out of 5

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    I cut the right sized hole so an LCD screen could go through it. Was very thin on one side; but worked extremely well. As long as you’re really good at cutting with a Dremel Tool; this adaptation works.

    Without that adaptation; still an amazing product. Strong, fits tight.

  7. 5 out of 5

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    This case is super simple and has a really nice fit and finish. It holds the RPi3 securely and exposes everything that needs to be exposed including the LEDs.

  8. 5 out of 5

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    The JBtek case for the Raspberry Pi has allowed me to take my Raspberry Pi along with me outside of my home without worrying about damage to the Pi or to the case. The JBtek casing was simple to mount on the Pi and after securing the four screws included with the case, the Pi was secure and protected. The case allows for easy access to the USB, Ethernet, Micro SD cart slot, HDMI, 3.5mm port, and the Micro-USB power ports. The case does not allow for access to the GPIO pins and other such sections of the Raspberry Pi without disassembling and removing the Raspberry Pi from the case. Overall the JBtek Raspberry Pi Model B cae is a well made protective case that allows for secure and safe transport and does not interfere with normal Raspberry Pi usage.

  9. 5 out of 5

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    Really, really slick case for my Raspberry Pi 2. Highly recommended. Very sleek form factor, matte black shell that doesn’t raise attention.

  10. 3 out of 5

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    One major issue prevents this from getting a higher rating. The spot where you insert the microSD card is not done well. I have now “lost” my card in the case because a microSD card can fit between the spot in the PI that it inserts into and the case. You then have to open the case to retrieve your card. You have to be VERY careful of how you insert your card to make sure it is going into the PI and not slipping into the case.

    Other than that it is been very good and solid, but this issue has been a major pain in the rear.

  11. 5 out of 5

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    Sleek and discrete. Came with all pieces to put attach a Raspberry Pi to the case. Fits perfectly. I had no problems putting this together.

  12. 2 out of 5

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    My unit had a weird diagonal raised line across it – some kind of manufacturer defect. It’s very difficult to line up the holes with the input. If my unit did not have the weird line defect, I would still likely purchase a different unit that aligns better with the units. It does look nice, though.

  13. 5 out of 5

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    This case is great…low cost, works perfect, looks very sleek Easy to assemble, I had problems with several of those clear cases; including one with a fan. This was easy and I can still pop the Micro SD in and out without having to open the case (had that issue in the past with previous cases), would definitely recommend for the price. I do have two heatsinks from a previous case on my Pi.

  14. 5 out of 5

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    Great quality with no defects, easy to install. Only issue I had was there is a microsd sized gap between the case and the sd slot that allows for you to drop the card inside. Mostly operator error but still slightly bothersome.

  15. 5 out of 5

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    Want a simple pc? Or an emulation station without having to look at that damned bright red led? Well this is for you! Just remember that it completely covers the thing..

  16. 2 out of 5

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    Product arrived with 2 huge gouges in the case, likely caused by a razor (not by me opening the box, as it was packed with another much larger item). Extremely disappointed by the damage, as the aesthetics of this case are my main reason for purchasing.

  17. 5 out of 5

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    This is a great, no-frills case for the Raspberry Pi 2. It doesn’t have slots for GPIO or camera cable, but if I needed them for this project, I probably could have modified the case plastic. I didn’t need the (and I knew that), so it’s been a perfect little case.

  18. 4 out of 5

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    This has been a great case for my Raspberry Pi 2. It does get a touch warm when streaming movies for a few hours, but that’s to be expected. So far, I’ve had zero problems with it and it’s nice and discrete sitting on the shelf under my TV.

  19. 3 out of 5

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    No slots for the GPIO cable, camera cable, or display cable. Also, it would be better if the Pi mounted to the other side so I DON’T have to use the lid so that I CAN use the aforementioned cables while still protecting the bottom.

  20. 5 out of 5

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    We have 3 Raspberry Pi’s in the house & I needed a sleek looking case for the one in the bedroom. So I went with this one, since it appeared to only have cutouts for everything I used. I wasn’t going to connect a ribbon cable to it at any time, so this was perfect. The case is well built, sturdy, and looks awesome. If you’re looking for simple, I’d highly recommend this case!

  21. 5 out of 5

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    Nice, sleek case for your pi. As with all tiny metal screws going to plastic, you just want to barely snug them. The side panel has ventilation holes and so far no issues with heat. If you need a simple box for server type applications, and don’t need access to the GPIO pins, this is a good choice.

  22. 5 out of 5

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    This case fits my Pi perfectly, and it has been fairly rugged so far. This pi in in my backpack at all times and I use it as a drop box for pentesting applications. The case has prevented my pi and everything plugged in (usb wifi and usb kb/mouse) from being damaged, and it keeps the SD card safe and secure. Still easy enough to take out, but you cant accidentally bend/break the card.

  23. 5 out of 5

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    Well made case, secured with screws. Perfect fit. Easy access to all ports. Can even replace the micro SD card without taking apart the case. Very happy with this case.

  24. 4 out of 5

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    Great case, looks sleek, allows access to all ports and shows lights. The only minor complaint is that the molding around the sd card slot could be more form fitted. If you aren’t careful you can miss the card slot, and get the sd card stuck inside the case, requiring a screw driver to remove it. This is easily avoidable if you are careful about lining up the sd card, but I think this could be avoided.

  25. 4 out of 5

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    Feels like cheap plastic that could crack easily, and the screws seem like they’ll strip easily as said in other reviews. But it’s a $7 cheap raspberry pi case and it is a great case, for the price

  26. 5 out of 5

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    Sexy case, I like it. A warning to those who are going to buy the Ableconn VGA to HDMI adapter, it DOES NOT fit with this case on unless you also get an hdmi male to hdmi female extender/adapter. Otherwise, good looks for your RPi! Note: Comes with an extra screw? An extra came with mine, totaling 5 screws.

  27. 5 out of 5

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    This is the first case I bought for a Raspberry Pi. My original Pi never made it into a case. It, surprisingly, still works great. But, I decided the Pi 2 should go into a case. I’ve been using it for a few months now and the case is simple, but protects the Pi from sitting on the corner of my desk. I’ve been pretty hard on it – thrown it in bags, tossed it on the desk, etc. It holds up and does what it should. No complaints.

  28. 4 out of 5

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    4.5 starts…..VERY nice case for the money. Only thing I don’t like is you have to be careful as there is a void between the micro SD card slot and the case. If you don’t get it in the slot the first time around, you will have to take it apart to retrieve your SDCARD, not an issue if you don’t swap it out after putting it together. In my case, I like to switch between various KODI build, so have had to take mine apart more than once.

    Overall, a GREAT, stable case with the right accessibility to the ports while holding the PI2 board firmly in place….well done.

  29. 5 out of 5

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    Wow. It’s very solidly built, went together quickly, and has nearly zero flex. It’s a great enclosure for the Raspberry Pi. I may consider adding self-adhesive rubber feet.

    While some might find it obvious, it is worth noting that not “every” port is accessible. This enclosure makes every standard, “board edge” connector available. That’s four USB-A ports, RJ45 ethernet, HDMI type-A, 3.5mm audio, micro USB type B power, and microSD. If you need access to the Raspberry Pi-specific connectors on the top of the board, such as the GPIO, Raspberry Pi camera and Raspberry Pi display ports, you probably should consider another case, unless you’re willing to do some cutting, or your GPIO project is extremely compact.

  30. 1 out of 5

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    Trash and a waste of my money. The case does not close on either my raspberry pi 1 or 2. The guide holes don’t line up. Ended up using a 3d printed case I already had. WOULD NOT BUY.

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