Just a conversion from an empty drill bit case to a Raspberry Pi laptop by laser cutting some inserts and plugging things together.
Turns out that the Pi display has a better viewing angle from one direction than the other. The Pi Foundation flipped the display to account for this, assuming that the user would be looking down on the display from above.
In my case I think the user will be looking from 'below', so turning the display over makes sense. Which means I don't have to lengthen the jumper wires, but I do need to make some modifications to the mounting hole positions and screen cutout.
More info and software fix:
There are a few changes that need making to the arrangement of parts:
Opening the case to find a removable Bluetooth keyboard
Removing the keyboard gives access to the 7" touchscreen
Removable lids cover the Pi, breadboard and a little compartment to store components
USB hub to allow better access to Pi USB ports
First view of the bits to include
I chose this power source as it can provide 5v via the USB connector, but also has onboard solder pads to provide 5v, 9v and 12v which might be useful for projects
I used a couple of 18650s reclaimed from an old laptop battery pack
I had an unused drill bit case and a Raspberry Pi, so put them together with some other components to make a laptop aimed at makers.
I looked around for a supplier of the drill bit case without the drills, but can't find one. You can get the case and 99 drill for less than a tenner on eBay anyway.