Real wooden iPad skins

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  1. xune

    xune iPad Enthusiast

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    A company called KARBT launches wooden skins for Apple’s MacBook laptop and iPad tabet. These wooden cases are hand-crafted and made of 100% real authentic wood that use a professional grade 3M backing adhesive that sticks perfectly to your notebook (or iPad).

    The wooden MacBook and iPad skins are made of Bamboo, Cherry, Maple, Pine, Walnut woods with different shades and colors. The MacBook skins are priced at $35 and iPad skins at $30. There is also MacBook Artisit Series that costs $50.



    KARVT Wooden MacBook and iPad Skins | iTech News Net - Gadget News and Reviews
     
  2. Wakawaka

    Wakawaka iPad Junkie

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    I want! Wonder what the skin is made of. Clearly can't be real wood..
     
  3. Superbike81

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    Did you miss the 100% authentic real wood part?
     
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    Yep they are real wood. My buddy who came home for the holidays has the walnut version. Very thin but definitely wood. He came in from Germany and told me he purchased it from them directly. Not sure where they are made.
     
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    Hmm I work with wood a lot.. I want to know how thin it is. Wood gets brittle when thinned down a bit
     
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    It doesn't even cover all of the back. Bummer. I wanted one.

    -Mike
     
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    Now those are beautiful. I would have one if I wasn't so mobile with mine.
     
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    Why is there only a bumper in the top left and bottom right? Cost cutting move? But really, how much more would it have cost to have four bumpers so it looked symmetrical?

    -Mike
     

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