Sales of Kindle ebooks at Amazon.com show an encouraging surge in growth, as much as 43% higher compared to physical hardcover books over the past 3 months.
This OCTOVO Kindle cover range called the Weave Style Leather Cover is custom designed for the Amazon Kindle, combining luxury with effective protection. The range comprises of 2 colors of OCTOVO Kindle covers, with a trendy design and a smooth finish and contrast stitching. These OCTOVO Kindle covers offers full device protection with a stylish weave combination of luxury Italian leather. Inside the OCTOVE Kindle covers a soft microfiber interior ensures your Kindle will always be cushioned in comfort. Holding the Kindle in this case, feels much more like a real book and is perfect for those longing to recapture the feel of reading. The cover is lightweight, adding minimal bulk yet offers superior protection for your Kindle. The inside is completely flat which allows the cover to fold back flawlessly, allowing the user to read with one hand. Whether at the office, on the subway or in your home, this cover will protect your Kindle from scratches and dings and features a small elastic band on the inside back cover (bottom right) to ensure your Kindle is securely held inside the case. The cover utilizes the Amazon Hinge system to securely hold the Kindle firmly in place. The cover is contoured to fit the Kindles smooth, rounded edges. Reading with the cover on, you can easily access all the Kindles controls, while continuing to enjoy a perfect fit in your hands.
In an amazing response to Barnes and Noble’s Nook price cut today, Amazon have slashed the price of it’s highly rated Kindle 2 from $259 to $189.
When 9 devices with ebook reading capabilities were tested by Consumer Reports, the Amazon Kindle 2 was found to be the best choice for consumers by Consumer Reports.
With all the buzz lately about the release of the Apple iPad, there has been a lot of speculation about what other eBook reader manufacturers can do to keep a hold on the market. Despite the fact that the Apple iPad is very different to traditional eBook readers such as the Kindle and Nook, they Continue reading …