Although I am an iPad owner, I still like to browse around the web for what types of nice cases and covers are out there for other devices — like the Kindle. Online window shopping is harmless right? Here are my current favorites, from cases that disguise your Kindle as a book to an elegant folio case with lots of storage room.
Kobo Case ($24): With all the different Kindle models out there, it's good to get a case that can accommodate as many as possible. The Kobo works with Kindle 4 and Kindle Touch. We like the simple cotton pattern and how the sleeve is lined with fleece. There are two exterior pockets on the front and back. If you've got an interesting notebook, this sleeve can show it off.
MiniKeeper ($49): The MiniKeeper case is designed for the Kindle Touch, which is slimmer and more sleek than some of the older models. I always liked the contrast of pairing new with old, which is why I'm drawn to the MiniKeeper case, because it makes your Kindle look like a book of sorts or a Moleskine notebook.
Kate Spade Canvas Cover ($56): I'm totally into sweaters and shirts by Out of Print, and this classic The Great Gatsby sleeve reminded me of them. Vintage covers of classic novels are the best — why not deck out your modern day reading device with one?
Handcrafted Wood & Leather Case ($59): Along with liking the contrast between new and old, I also like the contrast between technology and natural materials like wood. I came across these neat wooden cases on Svpply.
Kindle Fire Folio Case ($54): For those of you who are on-the-go, a case that can hold more than just your Kindle would probably come in handy. This neat folio case holds your Kindle securely in place with leather/elastic straps. The case unfolds to reveal pockets for paper storage, and deeper storage space for cash, pens, notebooks and more.
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