ProtoRack PiTower - New Rack for Raspberry Pi from Flikto

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The Raspberry Pi can now be rack-mounted and fan cooled, following the launch today of the ProtoRack PiTower by Flikto GmbH.

Cologne, Germany (PRWEB) December 09, 2013

The ProtoRack PiTower is designed for up to 6 Raspberry Pis and can be fan cooled. Each ProtoRack is made from aluminum, has easily removable trays, adjustable feet & options to mount extras like prototyping breadboards and LCDs to the frame.

Flikto designed the ProtoRack due to the rising popularity of using mini-computers, like the Raspberry Pi, as web servers, network servers & BitCoin mining rig controllers.

The 3 new models launched today are the Mini-PiTower, PiTower & Professional Edition.

Key Features:
-Mini-PiTower: store 3 x Raspberry Pi in removable trays, fan mountable
-PiTower: store 6 x Raspberry Pi in removable trays, perfect for hosting or a cluster, fan mountable
-Professional: store 3 x Raspberry Pi and full sized breadboards, suitable for hardware prototyping, fan mountable

“Every maker bench I've seen has a jungle of devices, wires and breadboards on them,” said Flikto MD Adrian Risch. “The ProtoRack cleans up the maker bench into a mini vertical rack while also allowing Raspberry Pis to be fan cooled.”

ProtoRacks are designed and made in Germany.

Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.

About Flikto GmbH

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Flikto GmbH is a Cologne, Germany based company that specializes in Raspberry Pi & Arduino hardware & accessories. An authorized distributor for Arduino & Adafruit industries, Flikto has thousands of hobbyists and corporate customers throughout Europe and is passionate about the maker community.

For more information, visit: Protorack.com.

Or contact us:

Bernhard Palme
Tel: +49-221-9825-7017
Email: support(at)flikto(dot)de

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/RaspberryPi/ProtoRack/prweb11393760.htm

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