Most electronic devices for correct functioning can be checked very quickly, as soon as all components are soldered and the power supply connected. The LEDs are on, the motors are spinning, the LCD display shows messages - it can be said that everything works as it should, according to the design assumptions. However, the question is - how to make the circuits of our device work correctly in everyday use without a risk of failure? Of course, it is worth ensuring adequate protection of the device against damage by mounting it in the eclosure. The same thing is with the Pi 4B - the latest single-board minicomputer of the Raspberry Pi series, as well as its predecessors. Known with many names - cases, casings, housing and such - all of them with the necessary mounting elements, Raspberry Pi cases available at Botland store are varied in colour, profiling, and other important-to-note parameters. This way you can choose the proper enclosure for the Raspberry Pi, also taking into account the cooling system and the presence of additional hardware extensions.