The Pi-top 4 is a Power armour for your Raspberry Pi
The ultimate Raspberry Pi case to go anywhere and do anything!
pi-top  DIY EDITION is the only Raspberry Pi 4 case with an inbuilt battery and power management system: ditch the power supply and untether your projects
Install your Raspberry Pi 4 in pi‑top  DIY EDITION’s rugged case with onboard power and other essentials to take your projects out there.
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|5 hour internal battery to go anywhere and keep your projects running for longer.
|Best-in-class power management system includes soft shutdown and UPS to avoid SD card corruption.
|USB-C Power Delivery specification at 15V for faster battery charging. Plug in any USB PD compliant 15V battery pack to extend your battery life.
|Integrated heat sink and centrifugal cooling fan make temperature regulation a breeze, even with overclocking.
|Interact with your Raspberry Pi on-the-go with the 128×64 OLED mini screen and programmable buttons. Sift through diagnostics, view IP addresses, change configurations and interact with your projects at the click of a button.Give your Raspberry Pi a voice with the integrated 1-watt loudspeaker. If you want to go bigger with the sound, simply connect to the external jack and the  will automatically switch it over for you.
|Give your Raspberry Pi a voice with the integrated 1-watt loudspeaker. If you want to go bigger with the sound, simply connect to the external jack and the  will automatically switch it over for you.Full access to the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO Female 40-pin connector with labeled ports puts an end to pesky bent pins. We’ve also protected them from over-voltage and created an elegant magnetic HAT docksystem so you can swap them around easier than ever.
|Full access to the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO Female 40-pin connector with labeled ports puts an end to pesky bent pins. We’ve also protected them from over-voltage and created an elegant magnetic HAT docksystem so you can swap them around easier than ever.
|Full access to Raspberry Pi’s ports USB 3.0, USB 2.0, RPi OTG, Gigabit Ethernet, GPIO & dual HDMI connectors with pi-top Display Port. Connect easily to an HDMI TV or to your Windows, Apple or Chromebook computer.
Previously sold as an educational tool, with a Raspberry Pi 4 inside and a Foundation kit of electronics, similarly it’s now sold separately in this
DIY edition. It has considerable heft to withstand the rigours of the classroom. We measured the base unit at 100×130×35 mm, and weighed it in at 397 g. The GPIO sockets (with BCM numbering) break out to the top of the case alongside a small 120×64 OLED display and four control buttons, a built-in battery, and a speaker.
Battery and screen
It’s the only case we’ve seen that contains a built-in battery and display. Making pi-top  good for mobile use and also acts as power redundancy. It takes around an hour to charge and lasts for around five hours of use.
The small 128×64 OLED displays information on the battery level, CPU load, and network connection. We were glad to discover an OLED and
Button API in the documentation. The ‘ptoled’ module enables you to draw text, images and GIFs to the display, and plot and draw shapes.
pi-top  includes a fan that automatically adjusts its speed according to the CPU temperature. This was tested with Stressberry and found that pi-top  idled at 35°C, maxing out under stress at 45°C (with an ambient temperature of 14°C).
Sensor Foundation Kit – Pi-top 
What’s in the box ?
You need a pi-top  to use our Sensor Foundation Kit.
The Sensor Foundation Kit includes:
|1 x Foundation Plate
1 x Sound Sensor
1 x Light Sensor
2 x Buttons
1 x Buzzer
2 x Potentiometers
|2 x Red LEDs
2 x Green LEDs
2 x Yellow LEDs
1 x Ultrasonic Sensor
8 x LEGO® Connectors
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Pi-top 4 Essentials kit
Looking for a starter kit? Look no further. We have bundled an essentials kit that includes everything you need to get started with Pi-top .
What’s in the box?
You can download pi-topOS here.
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