Craftsman Chris Robinson assembled his own micro-laptop, which fits in a pocket of a jacket or trousers, using two cases from hard drives in which he placed all the necessary electronics. The resulting laptop runs on Raspbian, the Debian OS distribution, and allows you to watch videos, listen to music, play, output movies to an external monitor or TV, and also go online and work. Chris had to arm himself with a soldering iron to compactly place all the planned components in cases from the HDD. The microcomputer consists of a Raspberry Pi 2 board with 1 GB of RAM, a 3.5-inch color touch screen, a backlit QWERTY keyboard, a 1000 mAh battery, three USB ports, one Ethernet port and an audio / video connector. Homemade gadget cost the inventor $ 120.