A proper cyberdeck should look like it was kludged together in an alley in the Sprawl, under a sky the color of a television tuned to a dead channel. It should look like you can close it up, run through a crowd, jump onto a subway, and disappear into the night. It should look like anyone can make it, but only you can use it. Mike Horne’s little Raspberry Pi Cyberdeck checks all those boxes. Here’s more from Raspberry Pi Pod:A 3S LiPo gives approx 11.1V, which is obviously too much for the Pi which wants 5-5.2V. I grabbed hold of an adjustable buck converter that takes a high power feed and converts it (steps it down) to whatever voltage you need, courtesy of a small adjustment pot at the top. Here it is with the pot turned to approximately what I needed. I later adjusted it to 5.1V to … // Read more: original article.

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