LUNCHTOP
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Bringing the basic components together. On the living room couch.

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Two ultra-thin USB cables, a RaspberryPi, and a USB hub.

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The RasPi in a case made on a 3d printer at HacDC.

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Zip ties are handy for bundling cables.

 
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Figuring out how to mount the RasPi in the lunchbox. I had to leave clearance for the power cable (bottom right).

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Power pack for the display.

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The power pack works!

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Testing positioning of the USB hub.

 
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Industrial strength Velcro and zip ties. What else do you need in a build?

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Figuring out how to position the display in the lid. The flat HDMI cable was a challenge to get coiled up and secured.

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Test fit: RasPi on top of the power brick on the left, power cell for the display on the right, and a pain-in-the-ass HDMI cable on top.

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Everything fits.

 
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Soldering a few extra inches of wire onto the power cell for the display.

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Components mounted, ready to seat the display.

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I wound up repositioning the USB hub after scrapping the external USB port idea. This image clearly shows the wiring harnesses.

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Two Velcro pads for mounting the display in the lid.

 
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Wiring harness for the display.

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Fully assembled lunchtop computer, jacked into my LAN.

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It's booting!

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The lunchtop's fully operational and ready to go!

 
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