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mCover Leather Folio Cover Case with built-in inner pocket for Amazon Kindle 4th Generation (Built-in Wi-Fi, 6″ E Ink Display, 5-way controller) – BLUE



mCover Leather Folio Cover Case with built-in inner pocket for Amazon Kindle 4th Generation (Built-in Wi-Fi, 6″ E Ink Display, 5-way controller) – BLUE

  • Custom designed to perfectly fit the 4th generation Kindle (6″ Display, WIFI, 5-way controller).
  • NOT compatible with new 6″ Kindle Paperwhite released in Oct. 2012. NOT compatible with older 1st, 2nd and 3rd Generation (Kindle Keyboard) Kindle. NOT compatible with Kindle Touch, Kindle Fire and Kindle DX.
  • Built-in inner pocket to hold miscellaneous stuff like money or credit cards.
  • Designed to protect ALL corners for Kindle 4 reader. All ports, keys and controls are accessible.
  • The left side can be folded back easily just like a paperback book.

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Please note this case works ONLY with the 4th generation Kindle (6″ Display, WIFI, 5-way controller).

Does NOT work with new 6″ Kindle Paperwhite released in Oct. 2012.
Does NOT work with older 1st, 2nd and 3rd (Kindle Keyboard) Generation Kindle.

Does NOT work with Kindle Touch, Kindle Fire and Kindle DX.

Highlights:
+ 6 vibrant colors (Aqua/Black/Blue/Whit

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6 responses to “mCover Leather Folio Cover Case with built-in inner pocket for Amazon Kindle 4th Generation (Built-in Wi-Fi, 6″ E Ink Display, 5-way controller) – BLUE”

  1. Gatorman says:
    26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A must buy, March 16, 2012
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    This review is from: mCover Leather Folio Cover Case with built-in inner pocket for Amazon Kindle 4th Generation (Built-in Wi-Fi, 6″ E Ink Display, 5-way controller) – BLUE (Electronics)

    I will make this short.

    This case fits my kindle perfectly and the quality is fantastic.
    For the price, you just can’t find a better deal.

    If you are viewing this and haven’t decided to purchase yet, trust me and just buy it.

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  2. Kellie says:
    25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good protection and comfy to hold while reading., December 6, 2011
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    Kellie (Pacific NW) –

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    This review is from: mCover Leather Folio Cover Case with built-in inner pocket for Amazon Kindle 4th Generation (Built-in Wi-Fi, 6″ E Ink Display, 5-way controller) – BLUE (Electronics)

    This cover exceeds all my expectations! It is well made, a beautiful deep blue color, and has a nifty elastic band to hold it closed. The Kindle was easy to fit in. The 4 corner tabs are formed and sewn in, not just elastic.
    It folds back easily, and once folded, it feels effortless while one-handed reading.
    I’m a first-time Kindle owner, very late to this e-reader party. I just wasn’t sure if I could forget about the Kindle and get into the feeling of a book. I downloaded a new book by one of my favorite authors and literally got lost in it, reading it from “cover to cover”, forgetting all about the Kindle.
    For $9.99, don’t see how you could go wrong. And it comes in several colors too.

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  3. J. Burns says:
    19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice surprise!, December 9, 2011
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    J. Burns (CA, United States) –
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    This review is from: mCover Leather Folio Cover Case with built-in inner pocket for Amazon Kindle 4th Generation (Built-in Wi-Fi, 6″ E Ink Display, 5-way controller) – BLUE (Electronics)

    I’ll admit, I wasn’t expecting much for the price, but I wasn’t about to spend 50% of the cost of the Kindle on a cover, especially for my kids. There were a couple of good reviews, so I figured I’d take a chance. I’m very glad I did!

    The Kindle fits nicely into the corner holders. It feels very secure. Charging port is easily accessible as are all of the buttons. It feels nice to hold. I like the elastic band for keeping it closed as they toss it in their bags. It is a little tough to get the elastic out of the groove to open it, but I think that will make it more secure. The cover seems well made and the color is very nice.

    Will buy others for the other Kindles I’ll be giving this holiday!

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  4. Ellis Atwood says:
    78 of 79 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A clarification – this is the whole magazine, May 18, 2011
    By 
    Ellis Atwood
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    This review is from: Harvard Business Review (Kindle Edition)

    Other reviewers have said that you don’t get the whole magazine when you get the Kindle edition, but this actually isn’t true so I thought I would clarify. The issue here is with the layout of the Kindle edition. For the Kindle, you lose the magazine format and everything is instead linear like a book. The first 20 pages or so are reader comments and summaries of blog posts from the online edition. I imagine in the print edition it is more clear that this is just a discussion section (I don’t currently subscribe to print so I can’t say), but on the Kindle it reads as if you are just getting condensed articles. If you just stop here without reading on, it really will feel like you’re not getting the full magazine. The real content, however, is still there! You just have to use the directional pad to skip the first few sections – same navigation system as found on the Wall Street Journal kindle edition, if you’ve ever used that. If anyone at HBR is reading this, it really would be helpful to move these sections to the end of the magazine to reduce confusion.

    Now for my review. Navigation quirk aside, I’m still giving this five stars. I normally read this on my android phone, and on there the magazine is beautiful, in color, and easy to navigate – if you have an android, I definitely recommend it. The content is unmatched and definitely worth the 6 or so dollars you pay a month.

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  5. Sandip Bhattacharya says:
    21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    My wishes were granted !, June 29, 2011
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    Sandip Bhattacharya (Bangalore, India) –
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    This review is from: Harvard Business Review (Kindle Edition)

    I am wondering why wasn’t the HBR on Kindle a long time back ! This is one of the perfect examples of a Kindle use. I have had 2-3 years of HBR subscription (physical) and it’s such a bother storing them.

    I would request / urge / plead the HBR folks to:

    – remove all user/ reader reviews from the initial pages ! It’s a huge distraction !

    – To look at ways and means to improve the look and feel of the subscription on the Kindle. It’s 6 dollar an issue and the kindle copy shouldn’t be any less than the physical copy for an easy read.

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  6. Fabio C. Paiano says:
    16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    It`s the full contents of HBR’s magazine print edition, August 13, 2011
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    Fabio C. Paiano (Sao Jose dos Campos, SP Brazil) –
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    This review is from: Harvard Business Review (Kindle Edition)

    Having seen different reviews here both to the opinion that the Kindle edition of this magazine was and wasn’t the full contents of the print edition, I took the trouble to compare the kindle and print editions article by article, and can assure it IS the full contents.
    That said, it’s maybe the best management magazine around. There are always insightful articles by top management gurus. It’s a pity however that so much of the contents are focused in big business and so little in small and medium companies management. But that doesn’t change the quality of its contents.

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