According to Raspberry Pi’s description of their official touchscreen, it “gives users the ability to create all-in-one, integrated projects such as tablets, infotainment systems and embedded projects.” Marty Rice, however, wanted a console-style case that would hold everything inside in a similar style to the original Macintosh computers.
Surprisingly, there was a “lack of options” for this type of setup, so he decided to create his own out of wood. His resulting enclosure sells for $29 plus shipping, and is laser cut from maple laminate plywood, with a 3D-printed bracket to hold the display and Raspberry Pi. It’s designed to be assembled and reassembled as needed. Per the product picture it can also be used to browse around on Tindie!
There’s an access port provided to get to the USB and Ethernet ports of the ‘Pi, as well as a knockout on the back for USB power routing. If that doesn’t suit you, the device is wood, so drilling extra holes should be quite simple. The enclosure comes unfinished, but you can stain it as needed for the look of your choice.