Thursday, 12 November 2015
Choosing Kindle cases & covers
Choosing a Kindle case shouldn't be an after-thought; some cases are truly awful with poor stitching, glued parts coming out and that PU leather feel. Other than the official Amazon case, Incipio, Nupro, Golla, Jonathan Adler and Verso all make very good cases. For value, the M-Edge Trip and Go! Jacket covers for the Kindle 4 are highly recommended and fit the more recent generations of the Kindle (both Paperwhite and Touch) and most 6 inch e-readers. The materials used are high quality and this applies, specifically, to the stitching and binding. Another nice feature of the M-Edge covers, is a slip in pocket for the M-Edge illuminator book light (useful with the basic Kindle due to no front light). The only problem, as is the case with cases with straps, is the absence of an auto-wake function. Other notable mentions include Paperchase's Nordic Nights and Marware's Atlas cover.