Imagine… Three bare metal Linux instances on your desktop in 20 seconds or less….

It’s Just Linux!

It’s the Linux you already know and love. There’s no learning curve! Just plug it in and go. (Show me more…)

Designed To Scale

The MiniPiRack is designed to scale. Need more Linux instances? Just add another MiniPiRack (They click together!), connect a network cable and boom! Now you have SIX Linux instances.

Two Together

Some jobs just require more. How about nine? (We can keep going…. How many do you need?)


The MiniPiRack™ is a small desktop Linux cluster.

Design to run headless like a VM or a cloud instance, the MiniPiRack™ is built around the Raspberry Pi v3.  The MiniPiRack™ ships with Hypriot OS pre-installed and supports many other Linux distributions.



    • Three Raspberry Pi v3
    • 12 total cores – 4 cores per Pi
    • Memory: 3 GB total – 1 GB per Pi
    • Storage: 16, 32 or 64 GB per Pi on a Micro SD card
    • Size: ~50 cubic inches – 3.25″ x 2.8″ x 5.5″
    • Ethernet switch built in, up to 100Mbps
    • Power supply included
    • One ethernet jack for network input
    • One ethernet jack for adding additional MiniPiRacks™
    • Ready to use in 20 seconds and three easy steps
    • Designed to scale

    Everything is included to set up your own desktop Linux cluster in seconds.  Nothing else is needed (other than a network cable to plug into your router.)

    What’s in the box?

    • 1 MiniPiRack™ including:
      • Three Raspberry Pi v3
      • Three SD cards with Hypriot OS Linux pre-installed
      • Built-in ethernet switch
      • 1 power supply
      • 1 power cable for the power supply

      How to Get Started with the MiniPiRack™ in Four Easy Steps

      1. Unbox the MiniPiRack™ 
      2. Plug in a network cable from your router to the MiniPiRack™
      3. Plug in the power supply
      4. Go!

      Designed to Scale

      The MiniPiRack™ is designed to give you as many Linux instances you need, three at a time.  Adding more is as simple as getting another MiniPiRack™, clicking them together, connecting a network cable, connecting a power cable and start working.  No other items or setup is required.

      …When another VM just won’t get the job done.