The Raspberry Pi 4 dropped and it's a major update for the flagship single-board computer. With an updated system-on-chip (SoC), more and faster RAM, as well as new connectivity options, the Raspberry Pi 4 truly shines. While many accessories such as the Power over Ethernet (PoE) hat remain compatible, a new input/output (I/O) layout means that the Raspberry Pi 4 won't fit in cases for the Raspberry Pi 3 or Raspberry Pi 2 which were pretty much backwards compatible until now. As such, you'll want a new case. Check out the best Raspberry Pi 4 cases you can buy!
Its white and red color scheme is eye-catching, and matches the official Raspberry Pi keyboard and mouse which are available separately. I went in on a Pi 4, the official case, keyboard, and mouse. Perched upon my desk in my home office, it's an aesthetically-pleasing sight. Installation is as simple as placing your Pi inside the shell and gently closing the two-part ABS enclosure. No screws required. For an inexpensive, high-quality Raspberry Pi 4 case, the official Raspberry Pi case is an excellent option.
2. Official Raspberry Pi 4 Case - Black and Grey (Save $1 on orders of $10 or more with code EMSUPPORTER at ameriDroid)For a more muted take on the Raspberry Pi Official Case, try its black and grey variant. Swapping the vivid white and red colorway for a subdued black and grey look, this fits in with any enterprise environment, and blends with most traditional monitors. It's pretty affordable and durable.
Best Raspberry Pi 4 Compatible Cases - Case ClosedSince the Raspberry Pi 4 has only just launched, there aren't a ton of cases on the market. Still, there's plenty of choice. My favorite Raspberry Pi 4 case options are the Flirc Kodi Edition Raspberry Pi 4 case, and official Raspberry Pi Foundation Pi 4 shell in red and white. The red and white case is spunky and fun, really popping out on my desk. Additionally, I'm fond of how it matches a keyboard and mouse set for a lovely configuration that seems to borrow design cues from Little Tikes. The Kodi Flirc Raspberry Pi 4 case is pretty and lends itself to a heatsink, important considering the Pi 4's beefy SoC. Once Raspberry Pi 4 RetroFlag cases hit the market, I'll be sure to pick those up.
What Raspberry Pi 4 cases do you recommend?