A wonderful acrylic enclosure, a cooling fan, heat sinks, and a 3A power supply make this case deal a steal. You’ll have access to all the ports and pins so this one works with any project, too. If you’re not sure what to buy, buy this.
This acrylic case from Vilros is easy to assemble, has a mount for a camera, and cut out channels underneath for maximum airflow. These case channels, combined with the pre-installed fan, will keep your Pi nice and cool no matter what you’re trying to do with it.
If you’re searching for a case that looks as good as it protects, this aluminum enclosure is what you need. It comes specifically designed to dissipate the heat from your Raspberry Pi 4 and, best of all, has a sweet (and durable) looking aluminum finish. Flirc even includes a thermal pad and the screws you’ll need to get going.
One impressive ability of the Raspberry Pi that people overlook is how you can cluster multiple boards to act as a single, more powerful version. If you want to do that, you should invest in a single stacking case to hold them all like this model from iUniker.
This aluminum case from VGE makes it easy to mount your Pi 4 anywhere you want. The included bracket easily secures to the bottom, so all you have to do after that is mount!. Raise your Pi above all the clutter and assorted stuff by putting it on the wall.
The single best way to solve any heat issues with a computer is by using a good heatsink. This case incorporates an excellent passive heatsink design with an active cooling fan for those times when you can’t ever have things running too hot.
Along with including a heatsink and a built-in fan, the MazerPi case has access to all of the ports you’ll need. These include USB-C for power, two micro-HDMI ports, a 3.5mm audio port, and more. Plus, there are rubber feet on the bottom to help make sure that your Pi 4 doesn’t slip and slide on your desk.
The Argon40 NEO Heatsink case offers a simple design while making it easy to access the board itself. All you need to do is slide the magnetic top slightly off, and you will be able to access all of the GPIO ports. Since it’s made from aluminum, it will look good regardless of where you put it.
If you want to do a lot with the Pi 4, your board can end up getting a bit hot. The Smraza Acrylic Case aims to solve those concerns with a specially-tuned fan and four heat sinks in the box. Plus, Smraza makes it easy to access all of your parts, while giving you a 3A USB-C power supply.
For those looking for a truly all-in-one case, you have to check out MazerPi’s touchscreen case. The case itself provides access to all of your ports, along with a fan to keep everything cool. This is doubly important considering the 3.5-inch touchscreen 320×480 display that serves as the top casing.
If you’re tired of running out of storage space and want something more robust, then the Geekworm X835 Case is perfect. Not only is it easy to mount your Pi 4 inside, but there’s a dedicated bay for a SATA hard drive. The only catch is that you’ll need to upgrade to a 12V DC power supply instead of the basic 5V one.
One of the best uses for a Raspberry Pi is to serve as a retro-gaming console. If you’re making a retro console, why not get an awesome retro-styled case? The NES Retro Brick case is made possible thanks to 307 different bricks, which when assembled give you a case that looks like an NES.