Here are a couple of cases for your consideration, both of which caught my attention on Selectism today. The first is a laptop case from Henrik Vibskov comprised of gumball-sized wood beads meant to double as a back or seat massage (one would suspect you sit on it without the laptop inside, but you can take your own chances).

The second is an iPad cover from Kenton Sorenson, built from a beautiful natural leather and assembled by hand in Wisconsin. These kinds of covers have been cropping up all over the place, but this is one of my favorites so far, and it would age marvelously.

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