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This is Power Pi, a lightweight, integrated Raspberry Pi Dock that powers the Pi wirelessly thanks to an internal lithium cell battery pack.

In essence, this setup is a Raspberry Pi Case with an integrated power module.

The goal of this project was to create a straightforward but effective configuration that enables us to utilize the Raspberry Pi as a tiny desktop for performing XYZ tasks, in my case, running Doom on an emulator OS.

The entire body of the device was built around a Raspberry Pi 3B+ with a custom power management board. The bottom section of the device houses the power management circuit, which is powered by lithium batteries, and the Raspberry Pi is placed on top of it.

This article is about the whole built process of this Power Pi Cube, so let’s get started with the built process.

Materials Required
These were the materials used in this built-

- Raspberry Pi 3B Plus
- Power management board (got from PCBWAY’s GIFTSHOP)
- 3D Printed Parts
- HDMI Cable
- M2 Screws”

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