@DistroJunkie i wrote an article here: hyperglitch.com/articles/hgter
i probably forgot to mention a lot of things in there so feel free to ask anything

@1g0rb this is really cool! I tried to do a similar thing with a pi zero, but it ended up being more like a mini-desktop rather than a handheld PC. It's really hard to find the balance between compact keyboards, and keyboards that are easy to type with. Same goes for displays.

@wasv thanks! for me it was very hard to keep the size as small as possible while still keeping the specs. this one is quite thick (as pi had to go to the lid and i used huge battery). i realized i haven't uploaded any image of it in closed form - you can check it next to the phone (for reference): hyperglitch.com/articles/hgter

@tuxdevices I think that NanoPi2 UMPC (thingiverse.com/thing:2514014) is a bit thinner but lacking few things I built inside.

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