The default configuration holds a mini breadboard (included), an SD card adapter, 2x micro SD cards, 2x USB devices, a micro-USB shim and of course the Raspberry Pi Zero itself.
Users can decide to use the micro-USB shim slot to hold a micro-HDMI adapter, or you may want to hold a Portsplus or similar GPIO reference card in the SD adapter slot. You can choose to store your USB micro-SD card reader or even other larger USB devices such as the USBDoctor. Use it in whatever way works best for you.
All of the Raspberry Pi Zero ports are accessible from the ZeroDock, including the camera port and reset/composite pin header. pHATs are also not obstructed, so you’re free to prototype with your favourite add-on boards.
The case is a stylish mix of clear and black acrylic layers, black fixings and a clear breadboard, fitting in well alongside most desktop PCs/monitors.
Assembly guide available here.
- 4 layer laser-cut acrylic case
- Case and Raspberry Pi fixings
- Mini breadboard