Amazon Kindle is one eco-friendly gadget. With Kindle 2.0 you no longer need to spend money on paper books which can help save a whole lot of trees in the process. Marware has decided to take it all up a notch by introducing green cases for Kindle. Marware’s new cases for Kindle can all be recycled and are made out of non-harmful material for our planet.
Marware has got three eco-friendly cases for Kindle:
- Eco-Vue: it is a premium case for your Kindle that is made from cornstarch polymers and 100% recycled PET fibers. It looks like an office envelop and does look like a decent carrying case for your Kindle.
- Eco-Flip: it opens from the bottom, and you can use it as a vertical stand for your gadget.
- Eco-Envi: opens like a book and seems more convenient for those who don’t want to take their Kindle out of its case every single time they want to use it.
All these cases are priced under $40. I like the fact that you don’t have to pay a fortune to get a case for your gadget. That’s what can get people excited about green solutions on the market. Marware cases may not be as expensive as Cole Haan cases but they do look capable of getting the job done (stay tuned for a full review).