If you got an iPad for Christmas, you are now probably searching for the perfect case to keep it in. So we put together a list of some of the coolest cases on the market, including a few that bring the book back to the digital reading experience.
The DODOcase for iPad will give you all of the pleasure of reading a print book on your new digital screen. The covers are hand made in San Francisco using traditional book binding techniques. Mixing faux leather with bamboo, the cover can fold into multiple different positions for the various uses of your device. The iPad cover retails for $60.
Nedrelow’s BOOK for iPad is a hardbound linen book on the outside with a wool sleeve on the inside that keeps your iPad safe. The title on the book cover simply reads “Book”, but for a little extra, you can customize the text. The covers are made to order by hand and start at $99.
After DIYers began making their own iPad covers out of Moleskine notebooks and posting them online, Moleskine introduced its own line of iPad, Kindle and iPhone covers. It has a leather bound case and includes a notebook for when you want to write notes. The iPad cover retails for $65.
The ZAGGmate with keyboard iPad case, will not only keep your screen covered and safe, it will turn your new tablet into a laptop computer. The case includes a keyboard, which connects to the device, for when you want to do more than read. It retails for $100.
For a lower cost alternative, CrazyOnDigital makes the Folio Light Brown Leather Case, which is a simple leather bound cover that has pockets on the inside. It unfolds and lets you stand the device up as well. The device retails for $20.
What is your favorite iPad case?