Updated for the Raspberry Pi 4, the very popular HighPi case defines ease of use and versatility. Tall enough to host a wide range of add-on boards, and slim enough to look cool. Use it with a Pi 4 alone, or with popular add-ons like the PoE, Serial, UPS, or HiFiBerry audio HATs.
The HighPi case sets the standard for ease of use and versatility in Raspberry Pi cases. Installing or removing the Raspberry Pi PI3B board is astonishingly quick, simple, and secure; all without tools or assembly. One snap action locks the Pi board into the case; the second secures the lid, rattle free. Remove the Pi board and the lid with one-finger-releases for each. Genius! Customers assembling large volumes of Pi boards in cases love how much time and effort this case saves them.
The HighPi case can be wall mounted horizontally with two screws for easy removal, or mounted in any orientation including upside-down with four screws from inside the case. When wall mounted horizontally, the A/V and audio cables hang downward from the Pi, improving visual tidiness and reducing the need for support of heavy cables.
Whether you’re running a plain Pi4 board or modding it to the max, the HighPi case has your Pi covered. Generous internal room allows HATs, break-out boards, or heat sinks. Vents on three sides double as fly-through cable ports for the GPIO and whatever else you need to connect to. A two-section break-out allows you to choose how much of the A/V side of the case to open up for connectors on attached boards. Here are just a few examples of the HATs that fit perfectly in the HighPi.
RASPBERRY PI POE HAT
The HighPi case holds the PoE HAT perfectly, fully securing both the Pi and HAT boards. Many competing cases cannot secure the Pi board to the case once a HAT is added to it. The side and bottom ventilation slots allow the fan to move air in and out of the case.
This case perfectly accommodates the full line of HiFiBerry audio boards. Use one break-out section for DAC+ and Digi+, and both for the Amp+ or DAC+DSP. There is generous clearance around the RCA connectors for bulky, high-end cables.