Case modder Jeffrey Stephensen has just completed a PC case that would make your grandfather's radio pop a vacuum tube or two with envy. Built around a fanless mini-ITX case with an Intel Core i3, 256GB SSD, and 8 gigs of RAM, it's finished with a mahogany veneer and aluminum accents. It's a worthy followup to his previous work, which includes a Frank Lloyd Wright inspired PC and mod that would fit perfectly in the offices of Sterling Cooper. Stephensen has dubbed this new design "Aerodyne" and is considering making a small run of the art deco PC for interested parties. You can hit up the source links for the full making-of pictures, but if you're wondering what inspired this piece, we can only surmise that the Shadow knows.
Aerodyne PC case is perfect for playing your classic radio podcasts
An Art Deco inspired PC based on the mini-ITX platform offers a mahogany veneer, aluminum accents, and decent specs. It may be offered in a small run to a few interested buyers.