Amazon To Offer Personalized Kindle Cases With Customer’s Own Photo

/ 4 years ago


Amazon added an option that allows customers to create customized cases and skins for their Kindle devices, further enhancing uniqueness on the customer’s Kindle device. Users have the option of uploading personal photographs or choosing from a provided library of images, logos, designs and patterns. Images can be printed on one or both sides of cases, and the best thing is that Amazon isn’t charging anything extra for the new personalization process.

Most of the Kindle devices have support for this type of customization, this including the newly released Kindle devices: Kindle Fire HDX, Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Paperwhite. Besides personal photos, customers can also browse through Amazon’s own designs and photos spanning from Peanuts, National Geographic, Breaking Bad, Star Trek, and more. Leather cases, rear skins, and Amazon’s Origami case are all eligible for customization.

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Weather you choose to add you own special moment, scenery caption, or browse the predefined gallery of various photos provided by Amazon, your Kindle will surely stand out in the crowd. For those interested in personalizing and acquiring such a case can view more details here.

Thank you The Verge for providing us with this information
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