With Apple’s third-generation iPad going on sale this Friday on the 16th of March, without doubt there are many would-be iPad owners who are currently on the lookout for cases to protect their iPad with. If you have been a fan of DODOcase’s iPad cases in the past, you will be pleased to learn that the company has announced a Spring/Summer series of casings for the latest iPad.

Unlike their previous offerings which were offered in more subdued colors, the Spring/Summer series will offer users brighter colors in two-tones. Customers can even customize their cases further by personalizing it through an inscription, and even add a hole at the back of the case for the iPad’s camera.

For those unfamiliar with DODOcase’s iPad casings, they’re made to resemble hardcover books and are actually made from bookbinding cloth and constructed using traditional bookbinding techniques, and made from eco-friendly bamboo material. The DODOcase Spring/Summer series will retail for $79.95, with an additional cost of $9.95 for the inscription and $4.95 to add the camera hole. [Product page]

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