The case was made from Maxi-Cure Acrylic from the Hardware Store, cut down with a Band Saw into pieces and glued together for an overall size of 13.5″ x 11″ x 2″. All the overall ports for Controllers, Power, A/V out, GD-Rom Drive Door were cut with a Dremel tool, while the Speaker Grill was accomplished with the common method of using Perfboard and a Power Drill before painting the case black.
A Dell E153FP 15″ LCD monitor was implemented for the screen, with the Power Inverter motherboard replaced in favor of a Pico PSU for better power efficiency and to save space. 8 metal brackets were welded onto the screen frame to mount it in place inside the case for placement.
Here is where the Dream Tablet becomes really special.