The Raspberry Pi Foundation has a few official accessories. I purchased the official Pi 2 case for my Pi 3. At the time they had not released a case for the Pi 3. The only real difference in the cases is the location of the LED ports – the Pi 2 has its power and status LED’s on the left side, the Pi 3 on the right. There are other, more exciting and innovative cases out there, but the official case is much cheaper and is of very high quality.
The case is very modular. You have the option to use or not either of the side covers. If you’re going to be using a GPIO device, the case will allow it via an optional side panel next to the GPIO pins. You also have the option of two lids; one is a partially open view port to accommodate a touch screen, the other a full cover which fits over the partial lid with the Pi logo engraved.
The entire case is tool-less. It is dirt simple to assemble and disassemble. The Pi itself snaps safely and securely into the base. All port openings are perfectly positioned and clearly labeled. The package comes with four clear rubber feet which adhere to indentations on the bottom of the base to keep the unit from sliding around on surfaces.
The latest official case is black! This is very welcome as I think most modders would prefer black to the original white and red any day.