Best Mini PC and Server Projects and Tutorials with Raspberry Pi 4B
In this article. We will introduce a variety of DIY projects involving Raspberry Pi and Arduino to create mini PCs, cyberdecks, and servers. Step-by-step instructions are provided for each project, making it accessible for enthusiasts to follow along. The projects include building a fully functional laptop, a portable pocket PC, and a pocket-sized computer. Additionally, there are projects showcasing cyberdecks with unique designs and features, as well as servers for hosting websites and data storage.
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Project: Raspberry Pi and Arduino Laptop
Introduction: The Raspberry Pi and Arduino Laptop project is a DIY project that guides you through the process of creating a fully functional laptop using a Raspberry Pi and Arduino. It includes step-by-step instructions for setting up the necessary components, such as the Raspberry Pi, Arduino, screen, battery, and keyboard, and provides tips for building the case and troubleshooting common issues.
Project: Amazing DIY Pocket PC
Introduction: Hello Friends, in this video i will show you How to Make a Pocket PC. im using the Raspberry Pi 3 and 3.5inch TFT Display with Touchscreen for Making it. its very portable and very easy to make. You can Power up with Mobile Charger or Power bank
Project: how to make pocket computer at your home
Introduction: This project demonstrates how to create the world's smallest computer using Raspberry Pi and a touchscreen LCD. The tutorial guides you through the process of installing the Raspberry Pi software and Windows 10, allowing you to build your own pocket-sized computer at home.
Project: Mobile Pi-to-Go: Portable Raspberry Pi Computer
Introduction: This project showcases a mobile Raspberry Pi computer called "PI to Go." It features a compact design with a 3.5-inch screen, built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, a QWERTY keyboard with a touchpad, and a 64GB solid-state hard drive. It utilizes a laptop battery for up to 10 hours of battery life and runs on Raspbian, a Linux distribution specifically designed for Raspberry Pi.
Project: How to Make a Mini PC with Raspberry Pi
Introduction: This project involves creating a mini PC using a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ and a 7" LCD capacitive touchscreen from DFRobot. The project includes printing a module, installing the Raspberry Pi, connecting an audio amplifier module and speakers, and creating a soulmate for the touchscreen. The end result is a compact and functional mini PC with a touchscreen display.
Introduction: This project is a post-apocalyptic-themed cyberdeck built from cardboard boxes and powered by a Raspberry Pi 4. It features a 7" touch screen display, a scavenged Qwerty keyboard, a small OLED display, an audio amplifier, and speakers, all housed in a custom 3D printed case.
Introduction: This is version 3.0 of a pocketable computing device project with modular design and minimal soldering. It features an upgraded keyboard on sliding rails, larger secondary displays, a 4-port USB hub, a higher capacity battery, various sensors (temperature, humidity, gas, thermal imaging, heart rate, blood oxygenation, GPS, motion, and orientation), and a redesigned 3D printed structure for easy upgrades and replacements.
Project: The S/EA-X Cyberdeck
Introduction: It is a modular Raspberry Pi-based cyberdeck designed for business professionals. It features interchangeable modules, such as split keyboards, radio control transmitters, and software-defined radio receivers, that connect to the core module in a structurally robust manner. The deck also includes wireless audio/video output, a high-capacity battery, and various charging options, making it versatile for field tuning of FPV drone flight, monitoring air traffic, practicing FPV flight, and computing in unconventional settings.
Introduction: This project is a waterproof cyberdeck housed in a Pelican case, featuring a Raspberry Pi 3B with Arch Linux, an RTL-SDR, an 11-inch screen with control buttons, a full cherry keyboard, a gigabit switch, a USB hub, and a custom battery pack. It also includes an ESP32 with an OLED display, rotary knobs, buttons, and a keypad for controlling the SDR, as well as external antenna connectors and a tray for the FlipperZero device. The case is customized with a sticker and aluminum plates with vinyl stickers on top.
Project: Network Detached Storage Device
Introduction: This is a portable computing device based on Raspberry Pi, featuring interchangeable modules, wireless audio/video output, and a high-capacity battery. The latest version includes upgrades such as an improved keyboard, a larger secondary display, 4 USB ports, a higher-capacity battery, integrated battery level indicator, heart rate and blood oxygen sensors, GPS module, and a 9-axis sensor.
It is designed to function as a standalone server capable of hosting websites and bulk data storage without requiring internet connectivity or a reliable power supply, inspired by the cyberdeck concept.
Project: Mini Raspberry Pi Server With Built In UPS & Stats Display
Introduction: In this video, we're going to be putting together a mini Raspberry Pi server with a built-in UPS. A Raspberry Pi makes a great server for a NAS or for media streaming, home automation or even a home security hub for your cameras. All of these projects can benefit from having a built-in UPS to ensure that the Pi is kept running in the event of a power interruption.