There are many reasons why e-book readers buy Kindle cases: to protect the device from bumps and knocks, to express individuality and for something different from dull grey. Looking for for a case, be certain you shop for the appropriate model. The Kindle, Touch and Fire aren't all the same size and earlier Kindle Keyboard and DX models differ too.
Book cover-style cases offer you book-like easy reading. Shaped like the sleeve of a hardcover, your e-reader is fastened by corner straps inside the back cover. A 'secret diary' clasp may maintain the book closed when becoming. Book covers are sold an uplifting variety of elegant and witty designs. Classic leather in all shades from executive black to elegant white, vibrant red, pink and blue, animal prints and antique tooled book covers.
The 'false book' lets you take self-expression even further with the faux cover of a timeless. Most of these as well sold in less expensive leather-look (also called leather-style and vegan leather). All tastes are satisfied with microfiber, damask more importantly natural hemp options; shop around prior to find the case that feels good to touch.
The folio-style jacket is ideal if you're on the move and take your book everywhere with you, reading over the train or a person wait for session. The folio protects the Kindle, may are wallet and a credit card holder and closes with a secure band. Available from a wide range of colours and materials, some also have a handy wrist strap.
A case by using a stand is heaven for the bookworm who can't placed the book down for dinner. Open up the stand support to a wonderful angle for reading hands-free. This especially good for the Kindle Fire model where you will get stands optimized with landscape format.
Because the tablet uses the e-ink display, reading in low light is no easy task. This is easily solved with a small reading lamp. Some covers come with this included. The book light clips on to the front jacket cover for easy night-time reading.
The sleeve-style case is light-weight and low bulk. Simply slide the device into the protective slip-pouch. A neoprene pouch is well-suited for travel as it is often shockproof and provides moisture protection. It's sold in plain shades or racy, reversible patterns (turn the cover thoroughly for a whole new look!) Silicon sleeves are unbeatable for ultra-light, ultra-slim protection with the added bonus that it feels terrific inside the hand. Stick on Kindle skins do not protect against bumps and knocks although they are a simple method to spruce up a device. Bear in mind they don't replace Kindle cases, are usually a great compliment to a sleeve.