Natural Bamboo iPad Case and Stand Eco Friendly
Techie gadgets appeal to people that love their functionality. However, some people do not appreciate the techie look of Apple products that are mostly sleek aluminum and glass. They look for ways to disguise the minimalist look and cold design.
A Natural Bamboo iPad Case softens the edges and pleases the eye. It is environmentally friendly since Bamboo is a renewable resource. Each one is hand crafted by professional woodworkers which adds to their allure and individual uniqueness. Bamboo is a hardwood so it is very protective while staying lightweight.
You may wonder how you get the iPad into a Bamboo Case. Easy, the case is divided into two separate pieces until the iPad is installed – then the two pieces are slipped back together. The Natural Bamboo iPad Case leaves all buttons and charging points accessible. The iPad screen is not covered and is also totally accessible.
An iPad is very functional. Unlike a laptop, an iPad is easy to use in a variety of ways. For example, digital photo frames are expensive and are often made of plastic. An iPad can do much of the same job and when surrounded in a Bamboo Case will look rich and substantial. Set the Bamboo surrounded iPad onto a Bamboo iPad stand and the look is complete.
The Bamboo iPad Case and stand is as good on the do as it is at home. The stand is assembled from two flat pieces of Bamboo so packing it for travel is convenient. It interlocks together (without tools) when you reach your destination.
The Natural Bamboo iPad Case and Stand is designed to be as natural as possible. There is no steel, aluminum or paint. There are no plastic clips or rubber bumper pads either. This is an important thing to remember. Not to take away from the beauty and natural function of the Bamboo – it is a smooth surface and could slide easier than some other iPad cases and stands. The natural feel, the unique look and the eco friendly features of the Natural Bamboo iPad Case is just what the non-techie techies look for.
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