"We’re making it possible for customers to dream up virtually any design," says retailer

Amazon offers ‘free’ personalised Kindle covers

Amazon is allowing customers to personalise their own Kindle covers and skins for the same price as a standard cover.

Users can design their own ‘Amazon Origami’ covers and more by uploading photographs from their own library, or choosing from select Amazon designs and a library of hundreds of images, logos, designs and patterns. These include officially licensed movie and TV show graphics from Peanuts, National Geographic, Breaking Bad, Star Trek and more.

Customers can customise covers for the Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire HDX, plus previous generations of Kindle e-readers and tablets, at www.amazon.com/kindlecreateyourown.

Amazon’s Origami covers provide a magnetic stand for both portrait and landscape positions. 

“With this new service, we’re making it possible for customers to dream up virtually any design and seamlessly turn it into a Kindle cover – at no additional cost,” said Peter Larsen, Vice President, Amazon Kindle.

“We’ve also created designs exclusive to Amazon that work perfectly with our new Origami covers to give customers even more options. We’re excited to bring this all-new technology to Kindle accessories and we can’t wait to see what customers come up with."

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