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A sleek acrylic alternative to the wooden cases is Built to Spec's Raspberry Pi enclosure kit. Priced at $12.50 (£7.99), custom variations are available. The assembly instructions look a trifle daunting, but then, if you've bought a Raspberry Pi, you're probably already up for a challenge.
Image credit: Built to Spec
For the do-it-yourself approach, there is the Punnet, a printable card case for the Pi.
Designed by Raspberry Pi forum member 'E', you download the Punnet case in PDF format, print it on card, and get folding.
Image credit: E/Raspberry Pi Foundation
Lego Raspberry Pi case
Last but not least comes this ZDNet favourite: a Lego Raspberry Pi case made by Isabelle Herbert, a member of the Boreatton Scout troop. The troop recently participated in a robotics competition that saw them pairing their Raspberry Pi computer with a bunch of tiny robots made from Lego.
Full instructions for the Lego case can be found on the Raspberry Pi site.
Image credit: Isabelle Herbert