Welcome to a tutorial on how to build a mini Raspberry Pi laptop!
Step 1: Adding a Power Source!
Cut holes in the box for the headphone jack, HDMI output, USB output, and charging port. Also, add the power source to the bottom of the box.
Step 2: Grip (Optional)
I added minimal grip to the bottom of my power source so that the laptop doesn't slide across the table.
Step 3: The Display
Place your display in the top section of the box and secure in place.
Step 4: Connections
Connect the LCD hat to the display.
Step 5: Connections Part II
Connect the other end of the LCD hat to the motherboard.
Step 6: Implementing the Power Source
Connect your power source to the motherboard, you should see a light.
Step 7: Turn on the Backlight
Turn on the backlight of the display by switching it on from the LCD hat.
Step 8: The OS
Because a computer without an operating system is just as useless as a cup of coffee without the cup, we need to install one. Either Raspbian or Ubuntu will work however, the Raspbian NOOBS OS would work the best for the inexperienced.
Step 9: Bluetooth Keyboard
Connect a Bluetooth keyboard to the motherboard in order to control the laptop.
Step 10: Final Touches
Plug the Bluetooth connector from the keyboard into the motherboard and slide in the memory card with the OS on it into the back of the motherboard.
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