Ever since the release of PSGroove, all these USB development kits are barebones. No case/housing. For some, we dont care if its bare naked while others want to protect it..like myself. Some have used boxes, tin gift card cans from GameStop that are in the shape of a PS3 console. I myself, had some old Memory Stick Pro Duo and SD memory card cases laying around and thought it would be a perfect fit for my Teensy++ 2.0 and Teensy 2.0, respectively.
With a little measuring, box cutter and patience, I think I got myself a pretty nice case that will protect the Teensy's.
Memory Stick Pro Duo for Teensy++ 2.0, two extra Teensy++ cases and SD card for Teensy 2.0
Teensy 2.0 (cracked the case when cutting. I'll be using Krazy Glue to patch it up)
So what did you use as a case or plan on using as a case? Or maybe you prefer to go "commando"?
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