Most people who own Moleskine notebooks are converts for life. I’m one of those people. Only problem is, after becoming an iPhone user, I use my beloved notebook less frequently. For some reason, this still doesn’t stop me from carrying around a Moleskine in my purse at all times, although now come to think of it, it seems like a bit of wasted space.
Joyous news for tech addicts who find their Moleskine relationship lacking: the company has just released an official Kindle case. Resembling a classic black notebook on the outside, the cover secures your reader inside, also offering reporter notepads for doodling (remember that?). It’s unclear whether the design can fit an iPad, but a comparison of the dimensions suggests that it might be possible, but a tight fit. Want to find out more ways to make your iPad or iPhone Moleskine-pretty? Check them out after the jump! [$39.99, Amazon via Unplggd]
Although they’re not official Moleskine brand covers, the Dodocase for the iPad does a pretty good impersonation. [$49.95, Dodocase]
DIY fans can try out this iPhone project as detailed by Wired, although it is a bit silly and involves cutting out the pages of a Moleskine notebook to hide your gadget inside.