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The DuMont: A 50's retro TV enclosure for iPad mini and Jambox

Steve Sande, @stevensande
November 7, 2014
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There's nothing Apple fans love more than dressing up their devices with some sort of accessory, especially when that accessory mimics something retro. In this case, Jeffrey Stephenson -- a computer modder and designer who has a list of awards a mile long for his ingenuity -- decided to turn an iPad mini and Jawbone Jambox Bluetooth speaker into a tiny version of a 1950's-era DuMont console television.

1956 DuMont Televisions

Regretfully, you can't buy one this unique enclosure, but if you're into woodworking or furniture-making, this should be a piece of cake for you to whip one up! Stephenson provided a gallery of images showing just how the DuMont was built. And now for something completely different -- a video of the DuMont in action:








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