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SmartiPi case for the RPi Touchscreen (Pi 3)


SmartiPi case for the Raspberry-Pi's official 7" RPi-Touchscreen 7"

  • Up to Pi 3B+
  • Modification required for Pi 4

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SmartiPi a case with perfect finish for your Raspberry-Pi's official 7" touchscreen

Here is a moulded case/stand offering an elegant and perfect design as mush as robustness for your official Raspberry Pi's touchscreen (the "RPi-TouchScreen") as well as the Raspberry-Pi. The SmartiPi 2 case for Raspberry-Pi 4 is available here.

The 7" touchscreen is secured inside the case with 4 screws and the Raspberry-Pi is enclosed inside a compartment in the back of the case. The case does have an GPIO opening in the RPi's protecting cover. This protective cover  secure and protect the Raspberry-Pi while still allowing the connection of the TFT Touchscreen on the Raspberry's DSI port.

The touchscreen can be powered in two different way: either by using 2 power wires (included with the screen) from the Raspberry-Pi's GPIO (which is not compatible with addition of a hat) or by using a microUSB wire (see the "USB Splitter wire") to power up the Pi and the screen.


  • Raspberry Pi and 7" screen not included.
  • The Raspberry-Pi's HDMI is not accessible once the Pi placed in the case.
  • Delivered as a kit.


  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, Pi 3 B+, 2, B+ and A+
  • Can be rotated on 125° to adjust the screen position on the stand.
  • HATs can be connected on the back of the cover, if you can add more feature to your Raspberry-Pi
  • Possibility to print addition accessories (3D printing)

Can be modified for the Pi 4

You can modify (adapt) the SmartiPi for a Raspberry-Pi 4 but this will requires some machining operation (with a Dremmel like tool) to ajust the case.

  1. The both microHDMI output does almost fit in the enclosure, you will need to remove the case 2mm of material for the Pi 4 to fit in the enclosure.
  2. The cover's clip must also be altered. the clip behind the Ethernet port must also be sharpen a bit (I mean removing 2mm of materiel to slide behind the ethernet port)
  3. Add a microB to USB-C converter to power-up the Raspberry-Pi.
  4. Open the ventilation area in the cover (because the Pi 4 is heating a bit more


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