The iPad mini has been around for quite some time now, and if you are still on the lookout for a new case, then might I suggest to you something more radical and zany in its design – the DuMont iPad mini case that happens to be the brainchild of a certain Jeffrey Stephenson. This particular iPad mini case would see the iPad mini accompany a Jawbone Jambox alongside a heap of wood, cobbled together into an amalgamation that resembles that of a small TV from a time when TV sets were still black and white, and the world was still recovering from World War II.
The DuMont project, as it is called, will even come with its very own woven speaker grille. All you need to do is to slot devices into the enclosure’s side and you are good to go in your indulgence of the blast from the past. This particular box is not up for sale actually, but Stephenson is open to the idea of receiving inquiries from those who want to pick up a tablet TV that they can call their own. We have seen some iPad mini cases in the past, where some of them come with an accompanying Bluetooth keyboard, while others cost more than half a million dollars. [Product Page]