mutantC V3 - Modular and Powerful HandHeld PC

mutantC V3 - Modular and Powerful HandHeld PC

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    2020/09/07

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A Raspberry-pi handheld platform with a physical keyboard, Display and Expansion header for custom baords (Like Ardinuo Shield).

It is fully open-source hardware with MIT. So you can modify or hack it as you wish.

It is platform like Arduino. You can make your expansion-card like gps, Radio etc.

So help us to make a Community around it.

See a 3D view of mutantC from Fusion 360 Online Viewer.

Parts list.

Follow this guid to build one InstructablesFeatuers that comes with V3
  • Have RTC & buzzer.
  • Supports a lots of Add-os, see all of them from here.
  • 5 row, 56 key customizable keyboard
  • A track point to have mouse support with left, right buttons.
  • Gyro support using MPU6050 module & presure, temp and humidity support usin BME280 module.
  • Able to turn of modules, Display, Add-ons using keyboard button.
  • Full poweroff using OS and keyboard key.
  • 12 pin docking port beside Pi USB ports with UART, I2C, Charging and GPIO.
  • 3D parts are more solid and reduce supports when printing.
  • Able to read battery voltage using Pro Micro.
  • 2 LED's connected to Pro Micro with PWM support and 1 connected Pi. Move the stema/Qt I2c connector bottom so it is acessible from outside.
  • It is fully open-source hardware. So you can Hack it as you wish. You can make your expansion-card like gps, Radio etc and attach with it.
  • You can use any Raspberry-pi form factor like Asus Tinker Board S / PINE H64 Model B/ Banana Pi BPI-M4B etc. You can use Raspberry-pi zero to 4.
  • You can access all the ports of the pi and the back part is attached with 4 screw.
  • It can hold a 4" or 3.5" touch screen. Also have a physical keyboard attached via USB.
  • 18650 battery with charge and discharge protraction .
  • You can use Littlevgl make UI that don't need a OS form here.
  • It don't need any custom image of Raspbian. You can use vanilla Raspbian and install the LCD driver, that's it.
  • So little parts needed to make one. See the parts_list .
  • You can use C Suite Application suite made more touch based device in this. This apps are suitable for small screens. See the C Suite.
  • Added Adafruit STEMMA QT and SparkFun qwiic connector.
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