Mk 2 CyberDeck

My daily driver workhorse used for programming microcontrollers and general tasks.

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My daily driver CyberDeck made out of an old broken 29 year old laptop, a Raspberry Pi, lots of epoxy and some scrap I had laying around. The main purpose for this build was to create an all in one workstation for programming microcontrollers, retro gaming, and general web browsing.


Raspberry Pi4 4GB.

Arduino Uno.

LCD 1602.

10inch Android Tablet.

20,000mah Battery.

60% Bluetooth mechanical keyboard.


A 1602 LCD displays customized messages controlled via the on board Arduino Uno.

x3 USB 3.0 ports.

Side mounted HDMI port.

Missle fire safety power switch for the Raspberry Pi.

Red LED power light.

Removable external battery via high strength velcro.
  • 1 × LCD 1602
  • 1 × Raspberry Pi 4 GB
  • 1 × Red LED
  • 1 × 60% Keyboard
  • 1 × Usb Hub

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Primal Lemon wrote 09/12/2022 at 20:01 point

This one is my overall favorite cyberdeck i love the stickers too, i'm totally gonna try to make a cyber deck like this in the future

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Tom Nardi wrote 08/21/2022 at 04:45 point

Loving the simplicity of this one. I'm guessing you're primarily using the Android side, and just SSH into the Pi when needed?

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Bob wrote 08/21/2022 at 05:34 point

Thanks, and yes I am.

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