Owners of the Amazon tablet will soon be able to decorate their device with the id America Cushi accessory. As the company reveals, the add-on in question features an embossed EVA adhesive foam which can easily be removed even after being applied to the tablet. The offering was earlier fashioned for the Apple iPhone and now boasts of incorporating striking graphics painted across in a 3D manner.
After being released for the Apple handset, id America rolled out an iPad 2 specific version which made waves across tech terrain last November. The Kindle Fire iteration provides potential owners with an additional grip as well as better overall protection for the gadget. Among the first slew of Cushi products is the ‘Dream’ offering. And as the christened name suggests, it sports a bright picturesque image, backed by a soft embossed feel.
“We are proud to continue the Cushi accessory line with the inclusion of Kindle Fire that we feel will be welcomed by users that wish to add a unique touch to their tablet” commented Abraham Jackal, Marketing Manager of id America. “The first design titled ‘Dream’ is inspired by the creativity factor that our company and consumers hold dear.”
Staying true to its Cushi name, the latest skin by id America can easily be applied as well as removed, minus any residue on the Amazon Kindle. Furthermore, those who purchase the accessory can also lay hands on some additional goodies that come neatly bundled with the cover. These include a microfiber cleaning cloth, a front clear protective film and a squeegee, which aids users in successfully applying the film without any unwanted bubbles or bumps.
The id America Cushi for Kindle Fire price and availability details have already been announced by the company. Tagged at $19.95, the soft sheath of sorts is slated to release on March 20, 2012. Interested parties can pick up the aforesaid offering from the company’s website.