This is the second part in the Raspberry Pi series. The *Raspberry
Pi *series is outlined here (it will obviously grow):
- Raspberry Pi Series: raspbmc and lego
- Raspberry Pi Series: Replacing the Lego case
After having my **Raspberry Pi** for a little while I was beginning to get annoyed with the Lego case. The case is certainly fun to build and could be a great starting point for any kids who are interested in the **Pi.** However, there are some negatives to the Lego case so I decided to replace it.
The main issue I was having was that the Lego case is a little flimsy. When you are putting cables in and pulling cables out of the **Pi**, you sometimes have to use a little force and the Lego case just wasn't up to it. Bits of it would crumble off as I pulled out a cable, which proved to be fairly frustrating.
After some searching on **Amazon** I have bought another case and am very pleased with it. The link to the case I bought is [here](http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B008TCUXLW/ref=oh_details_o05_s00_i00). Below are some pictures of the **Pi** inside the new case.
I can highly recommend this case for the **Raspberry Pi**. It is a really snug fit and is very well designed.