Or maybe just, take your current case, make it bigger, and add a built-in screen. Slide the phone in through the side, it plugs into a hub for keyboard, touchpad, tft usb display, and now you have a lapdock for your #PinePhone
@extraspecialk Yeah, but a more straightforward way to go might be something like the pitop raspberry pi case which wouldn't need any printed parts.
@silverhax I thought the keyboard connected over the pogo pins, not USB? That would mean you can't use USB devices at the same time as the keyboard. :( I wish the keyboard was also a USB hub.
@be This is an RCA tablet keyboard adapted to fit a pinephone, not the pine64 pinephone keyboard which is i2c and uses the pinephone pogo pins and (presumably) allows usb to also be used.
I think this keyboard could be made to have some open usb ports available if a convergence dock was used instead of passive usb converter.
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