Amazon now lets you customize Kindle Origami Case by adding pictures and skins at absolutely no cost.
Amazon introduced a whole new service that lets its customers customize the Kindle Origami Cases for free via the official website. So, the potential buyers have the opportunity to design their own Amazon Origami Case with a variety of colors and skin simply by sending a photograph of your choice, or opting for a photo, logo, design or pattern from those in the Amazon library.
The well-known giant of Seattle allows you to print selected images on single or both sides without additional charges. Some of the designs available on Amazon are created by Peanuts, National Geographic, and then those taken from Breaking Bad, Star Trek and more.
The covers made of leather are also customizable and available for most of the Kindle range, including the Kindle Fire HDX, the Kindle Touch and the Kindle Paperwhite.
Amazon Kindle VP Peter Larsen said, “With this new service, we’re making it possible for customers to dream up virtually any design and seamlessly turn it into a Kindle cover – at no additional cost.”
“We’ve also created designs exclusive to Amazon that work perfectly with our new Origami covers to give customers even more options. We’re excited to bring this all-new technology to Kindle accessories and we can’t wait to see what customers come up with,” he added.
Certainly, it’s good news that will surely be pleasing to all those who want a very own cover for their eBook reader or Kindle, which will now protect the device as well as also aesthetically reflect the specific tastes of each user.