Win a TweakTown Edition Blue Case for Your Raspberry Pi!
How sweet would it be if you could own the awesome TweakTown blue case we used on our Raspberry Pi in this tutorial? I know, right? It would be AWESOME and I really do want you to have it!
All you have to do is leave a comment below about our tutorial and we will pick a winner at random two weeks from the day this article posted. Unfortunately the actual Raspberry Pi and cables shown in the photo above are not included, but the only thing more awesome than a Raspberry Pi is a TweakTown blue case for your Raspberry Pi.
The contest is open worldwide so everyone has a chance to win and we cover the shipping cost! For your entertainment, I have included a video below of the case being printed on my Lulzbot 3D printer.
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