Game Boy Advance, Freeplay, Raspberry Pi CM3 Aluminum Machined Shell (Slim)
This is a fully machined set of aluminum front and rear housings designed to be a drop in fit for Freeplay Tech's PCB. Their board uses the CM3 Raspberry Pi.
Default Slim design. The housing is a 3 piece design that includes a flat rear panel. This included rear panel by default comes as sheet metal. If you'd prefer, clear or black acrylic are available options.
Full screen - This housing allows the screen to drop in, and use the full screen size
Buttons - The A,B,X,Y buttons and the Directional keypad are machined aluminum and included
1. Freeplay allows a few different configurations for buttons on their boards. In order to use these boxy pixel shells you must use the Freeplay silicone "nipple" type switches for the A,B,X and Y buttons. (See sample PCB in images)
2. By default, this slim design does not fit the stock heatsink that comes with the Freeplay CM3 Kit. It also does not accommodate the rear buttons or fan that come with their L2/R2 Add-on board. However, these Boxy Pixel housings are modular and built so that you can simply remove the included rear flat panel and design a rear piece to suit your custom needs. We will release additional add on modules soon.
3. Parts are raw aluminum
4. This housing will not fit the Freeplay zero kit