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Onyx Boox T68 Cover

Official Cover for Onyx Boox T68 Lynx Now Available

A reader recently pointed out that an official sleepcover is now available for the Onyx Boox T68 on Amazon for $20. The cover is designed for the Boox T68, specifically the Lynx model (although it would work with the regular T68 too). As the picture below shows, the cover has tabs along each corner to […]

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Amazon Now Offering Personalized Kindle Covers and Skins

Amazon is rolling out a new service today for Kindle accessories that enables customers to create personalized Kindle covers and skins. And the best part is it doesn’t add any additional cost. You can upload your own photographs and images to use, or select from a library of existing images and patterns, including designs made […]

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Snugg Cover Nexus 7 2

Snugg Cover Review for Nexus 7 2

Last month I posted a review of the official Asus travel cover for the Google Nexus 7 2. Because of its cheap, flimsy design I didn’t like it very much, and now it just sits on a shelf gathering dust. As I set out to find a better cover, the folks at TheSnugg.com offered to […]

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Review: Asus Travel Cover for 2nd Gen Nexus 7 (Video)

Last week I posted an article with a list of 10 covers and cases for the 2nd gen Google Nexus 7 tablet. Before posting the article I had already ordered the official travel cover for the Nexus 7 that is made by Asus. At the time there weren’t any reviews for it so it was […]

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Poetic Slimbook Case for Google Nexus 7 2nd Gen

10 Covers and Cases for the Google Nexus 7 II (2nd Gen)

The new Google Nexus 7 tablet arrived ahead of schedule this week. I was able to pick one up from Best Buy (I’ll post a full review and video shortly) but they didn’t have any covers or cases available for the 2nd generation Nexus 7 yet, so I went searching online at Amazon and turned […]

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My Not-$40 Kindle Paperwhite Case

Thanks to increased competition from other eReader companies like Barnes & Noble and Kobo, the cost of purchasing an Amazon Kindle has decreased over the past few years. From the Kindle 1’s highball debut at a whopping $399 to today’s $69 basic Kindle, this device has gradually become more accessible to the average consumer. Even […]

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