Why is it that it seems that nearly every company that makes cases for these things are "environmentally conscious" and "donates to buy land that is environmentally threatened" and makes the case out of "hemp and spun gypsy monkey turds?" Is there some sort of a prerequisite that I missed somewhere, that to own an e-reader you have to be a concerned hippie, who's sole motivation for buying one is to prevent trees from being hurt?I see a market niche for, say, MagPul.
Friday, September 17, 2010
I smell a market niche...
Bluesun has a question about cases for Kindle e-readers or, more specifically, the companies that manufacture them. (Except "manufacture" is such an ugly and industrial word. Say instead "responsibly and sustainably craft"; it has more fiber):