Pad & Quill Debuts Awesome Case For Kindle 3

Posted: Oct 25 2010, 8:08am CDT | by , in News | Hot Gadgets

Pad & Quill Debuts Awesome case for Kindle 3
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Case makes Kindle look like a real book

Generally, the cases for eReaders like the Kindle 3 and other gadgets are boring and all basically the same. They are generally made from leather or neoprene and have little style. If you like your modern gear to have an old school look you will really like the Case for Kindle 3 from Pad & Quill.

The Case for Kindle 3 is carved from wood and has felt pads to keep your Kindle from being scratched. The case is cut out to provide complete access to all of the controls of the eReader and funnels sound from the speakers to the listener as well.

The wood frame is bound with a real leather cover and red paper on the inside. It has a moleskin strap to keep the case shut and even has a red bookmark to complete the real book look. It will ship in 2-weeks for $44.99.

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