Photos: Building a Raspberry Pi laptop

Box of delights

This is the Pi-Top - a laptop in a box that you build yourself.

Assembling a laptop sounds daunting but in reality the Pi-Top is about as easy to put together as a piece of flat-pack furniture. No soldering is required, as the parts just slot together, and with some patience it can be pieced together in an afternoon.

Here's how it's done.

Read our full review of the $299 Raspberry Pi 3-based kit.

By Nick Heath

Nick Heath is a computer science student and was formerly a journalist at TechRepublic and ZDNet.