Posts Tagged ‘Kindle skins’

Plan ahead for Mother’s Day: Kindle Fire Skins for only $9.99 from videogame-skins.com!

April 24, 2012

You love your Mom and want to get the perfect gift. She loves her Kindle, and needs a beautiful decorative skin to protect it. You will love our low prices and great service!

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Mom loves her e-reader. Whether she owns a Kindle original, Kindle 2 or 3, or the Kindle Fire, we have the perfect gift idea – give her a Kindle skin! Our low prices make it easy on your wallet, too. We offer skins for the Nook, as well, and iPad skins, laptop skins and more!

Why pay retail? We don’t put our prices up and then later offer discounts of 30% or 50%, our low prices are available all the time. We don’t play games – $9.99 Kindle Fire skins and $3.99 flat rate shipping means great gifts for any occasion. We feel there is no need to pay more – but we don’t skimp on quality – our skins are digitally printed on the highest quality 3M vinyl available, laminated and computer cut to fit perfectly, and shipped right to your door.

Why get a Kindle skin for Mom? Because skins are a wonderful, decorative way to protect her e-reader. Since Kindles, Nooks, and iPads are so portable, they get taken everywhere. And this means her Kindle or Nook could get dinged or scraped, scratched or bumped. A Kindle skin protects against scratches and scrapes, and personalizes her Kindle, too. Choose one of our beautiful designs, and make Mom’s Kindle stand out in the crowd! Does Mom belong to a book club? Many clubs use Kindles and Nooks now, so distinguishing one from another is even more important these days.

We offer great customer service too – if you have a question, you can reach us by phone, livehelp! or email. We answer our own phones, so you get knowledgeable responses to your questions.

So treat Mom to a Kindle Fire skin, Nook skin or iPad skin – know you are giving her the best quality skin available, and saving money at the same time Mother’s Day Gifts

All new Kindle Fire and $79 Kindle will need Kindle skins!

September 28, 2011

Amazon announced brand new models today – the Kindle Fire, and the $79 Kindle. The new low price means everyone can now afford a Kindle, there is no reason not to have your own Kindle for school or work. Many schools now require students have a Kindle. Even if you just read for pleasure, it is so easy to carry around hundreds of books, newspapers and magazines with the lightweight Kindle, why wouldn’t you want one?

Kindle’s E-Ink display is as easy to read as a book or newspaper, the crisp clarity is even perfectly visible in the brightest sunlight! The hardest decision is which model to have, and how many books to add to your Kindle through Amazon. Your local library probably provides Overdrive service as well, so you can check books out with your library card and deliver them to your Kindle! The new Kindle Fire is a great alternative to a high-priced tablet – with so many Android apps available, and the Kindle store too, it is sure to be a hit!

Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Apple are always developing and releasing new products; every time they add a new model, the demand for lightly used examples of the previous version goes up. The easiest way to keep your iPad, Nook or Kindle in salable condition is to add a stylish skin to ward off scratches and dings.

Modern technology means our skins are as easy to remove as they are to apply, so you can change designs to suit your mood or the season, and when you wish to trade up to the latest model, make your Kindle or Nook look pristine and brand new again by removing the skin.

With the holidays coming up, Kindles make the perfect gift – and you can make your gift even more special by ordering a skin for the new Kindles as well. A customized gift for under $100? Yes, with the new $79 Kindle and a Kindle skin! Browse through our current great selections, and rest assured the newest model Kindles and Kindle Fire skins will be available as soon as possible.

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Tablet skins add fashion and style

September 15, 2011

In addition to new skins laid out to fit perfectly on your tablet computer, we have fresh new designs, just in time for Fashion Week! Browse our website for the selection you want, many of our designs are available for multiple devices, too!

Get a beautiful skin for your iPad and treat a friend to a matching skin for their Kindle. Or jazz up your laptop with one of our hot new styles, and treat your best friend to a new iPhone skin at the same time. With our flat rate shipping, you can decorate and protect your devices, and buy a gift for someone in the same order!

Our low prices are easy on your wallet, too. Many of our tablet skins start at $9.99, and some of our laptop skins are sale priced at $6.00; so fashion doesn’t have to be expensive. On top of our already low prices, if you are a new customer, we offer an additional 10% off your first order.

Fashion isn’t just for clothes, shoes and jewelry – decorative style is available for many electronic devices, too. Kindle skins and Nook skins keep e-readers chic and stylish, and shouldn’t your iPad skin reflect your personal style?

Skins don’t just decorate – they protect against everyday wear and tear, too. A beautiful, laminated skin protects against scratches and dings, to keep your devices looking their best. And with today’s modern technological advances, the skins are as easy to remove as they are to install. You can change designs on your tablet every season, to match the season’s styles and colors.

Stay up to date and stylish with a tablet skin, now available for many devices
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iPad: Kindle killer?

June 19, 2010


Will the iPad kill off the Kindle as a device? Will Kindle only continue to exist as an app on the iPad? Or will the iPad prove to be just what avid readers have been looking for? Are the devices so radically different from each other, they are not even in competition?

There are some significant differences between the two devices, the main one being price. Currently, a Kindle 2 is selling for $259 in the US, and an entry-level iPad (Wi-fi only, 16 GB) for $499. If you are in the market for an e-reader and money is no object, would you still choose to have an iPad over the Kindle?

With both, there will be further charges – including book purchases or periodical subscriptions. With the iPad, you will also pay for many apps, and depending on your model, 3G data plans too.

There are some major differences between how the devices function, also. iPads have a backlit LED screen. This can be considered a plus in a low-light situation, however backlighting is also linked to eyestrain after prolonged periods. Also, LED screens such as this use a lot more power, so battery life between charges will be an issue. A Kindle with it’s e-Ink screen is much more eye-friendly, and functions just fine even in bright, direct sunlight. A drawback to the e-Ink screen is that you must have light from another source to read, but this shouldn’t be a big problem – after all, we have been reading books this way for over 500 years!

Battery life is phenomenal on a Kindle 2, unless you leave the 3G wireless on all the time. With the wireless switched off, a Kindle is normally usable for at least a week between charges, depending on use. Obviously the iPad can’t come close – the norm seems to be about 10 hours between charges, depending on use.

Weight and size might be an issue for some purchasers, the Kindle 2 is much lighter and smaller than the iPad, which means it’s easier to use for prolonged periods and carry around. The Kindle 2 weighs a reported 10.2 ounces, the iPad 1.5 POUNDS for the WFi onlly model, and 1.6 pounds for WiFi and 3G models. This is a significant difference, and could be problematic for some people.

The iPad does many things a Kindle can’t do, such as multimedia. We are all familiar with reading magazines and having many colorful photos or other illustrations in the article, and with an iPad you still get this experience. Kindle books and articles do have many beautiful grayscale illustrations, but it isn’t the same. It is a dramatic difference, and there is more: with the iPad, you also have clickable links that lead to further information, websites, videos, songs and more! It is truly revolutionary, and much different than the reading experience you get with a Kindle. It is hard to explain the difference – a Kindle is primarily designed to read text, an iPad is designed to be a media device. It’s kind of like the difference between a black and white movie, and a color, 3D, surround sound movie. You still enjoy the plot, but how you perceive it is very different.

Both devices let you add and listen to your MP3 music files, but the Kindle doesn’t let you organize your songs into playlists (or even see a list of files). The iPad, with it’s iTunes link, obviously does. Avid readers, though, usually tune out outside distractions such as music, and probably don’t really care about this function while reading.

There are more differences we can explore in future articles, but one thing is true of both the iPad and the Kindle 2, they will need protection from the indignities of daily life. Add a great-looking vinyl skin to your Kindle 2 or iPad, you will be adding style and personalization, and protection from scratches at the same time. Get yours today Kindle, Nook, iPad skins and enjoy your e-reader without worrying about scratching the case.