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Adonit Writer: The Greener iPad Case

This killer-cool, eco-friendly case lets you write on the fly and feel green about it.

I admit it, I love my iPad.  I also love any device that gives my iPad more functionality.  The Adonit Writer iPad case does just that, in a very green way. This tech-chic case has an attached scissor-action bluetooth keyboard that makes typing a joy, and the entire case is recyclable and biodegradable.

The case is constructed from recyclable polycarbonate and aluminum and finished with biodegradable fabrics.  It’s constructed in a way that allows it to be easily disassembled so each component can be recycled properly.  Even the packaging is eco-conscious.  Smaller, lighter, post-consumer recycled packaging lets the Adonit Writer ship out using less fuel, giving it an even greener profile.

But that’s not all!

The Adonit Writer is sleek and stylish, and brings a level of workability to the iPad that other after-market keyboards and cases miss.  The case has a built-in magnetic strip that allows the keyboard to be positioned at almost any angle, so glare and privacy are no longer an issue.  And the keyboard goes to sleep when not in use, so it doesn’t eat up precious battery-time.  It has extra cushy rubber strips that give your iPad the softest landing imaginable and has a “quick-eject” feature, just in case you ever want to take your iPad out.  (Although I can’t imagine why you’d ever want to.)

For many of us, the iPad is the new laptop––ultra-portable, powerful, and fashionable.  But iPad’s virtual keyboard makes writing anything longer that an email impossible without finger cramps. If you want to feel good about your choices and get the most out of your iPad, the Adonit Writer is an elegant solution.

About Sebrina Zerkus Smith

Professional writer, foodie. Lupus survivor. Loves pugs, wine, days at the beach and good movies. Takes recycling seriously, but not much else. Sebrina Zerkus Smith is a Southern Gal that has been scratching the writer’s itch for nearly 30 years. Her career began in Washington, D.C., in 1987, fresh out of collage and full of ideals. While plying her trade by day on congressional reps and senators, at night she burned the candle writing features for local newspapers and national magazines. She quickly realized that her southern upbringing gave her a unique and humorous voice that resonated with her readers. Eventually, she moved to Los Angeles where she pursued her dream of becoming a novelist and screenwriter. She paid her bills by working as a freelance writer for major marketing projects from studios such as CBS, NBC and Disney. Realizing that the future of writing lay with the internet, she was bitten by the blogging bug back in the 90’s, back before it was even called “blogging.” Then it was still just writing and trying to make a living. Through those early blogging years, Sebrina found passion and purpose. Over the past 10 years she has written articles for clients such as LightCues.com, MatterMore.com, Greenopolis, MacAddict, Yahoo, CNN and more. Today, Sebrina writes about a variety of topics including the Southern Experience, sustainability, clean water, food, gardening, sleep and her obsession with pugs. She is a regular paid contributor to WildOats.com as well as other entities. She now lives in Houston with her husband Jeff and their pug Newton. She hopes one day to complete her opus, Living Is Easy With Eyes Closed.


One thought on “Adonit Writer: The Greener iPad Case

  1. This killer-cool, eco-friendly case lets you write on the fly and feel green about it. it looks very cool.

    Posted by Brinda Lundman | November 25, 2011, 7:49 am

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