Commodore VIC-20 Raspberry Pi Case (with working power LED)
This VIC-20 Raspberry Pi case is in the style of the classic Commodore VIC-20. The VIC-20 was one of the first ever general purpose color computers and the first ever computer to sell over 1 million units. It established Commodore in the early home computer market which led to the development of the Commodore 64.
The case features a fully working Power LED which is attached to the Raspberry Pi GPIO port pin 6 & 8 (see photo above). The case is supplied as per the photos but you will need to add a Raspberry Pi Model B+, 2 or 3 along with the usual accessories to make that work (keyboard, power supply, SD card).
This is a beautiful 3D printed case designed by me and printed with high quality print settings. It fits the Raspberry Pi perfectly leaving full access to all ports and easy access to the SD card slot. The case is snap fitted requiring no screws or accessories and and comes fully assembled and prepared for immediate use. Perfect for use with RetroPie and Emulation Station.
As with all 3D printed parts, there may be slight imperfections from time to time. This is part of the character of a 3D print.
This is not an official Commodore product and is not endorsed by Commodore International. All trademarks belong to their respective owners.
NOTE: If your power led flickers at startup then goes out, follow step 3 in this guide to patch the settings to keep it on:
Note: The brown port insert pictured is no longer supplied or available.