Tasume Nook Cover by Irina Kozlovskaya & Aaron Tsui
by Harry / November 7, 2011
From @vimnvigordesign, an innovative cover for Barnes & Noble's just-released NOOK Tablet (the next-gen reboot of the Nook Color). Called the Tasume, users fold the geometrically embossed wings back and into a pyramid, which naturally snaps into place with hidden magnets.

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Tasume is the first cover of its kind designed to support both portrait and landscape table-top or lap-top viewing.


"What's more, Tasume can be used in a variety of other scenarios, such as magnetizing to the door of a refrigerator to facilitate easy reading of recipes in the kitchen while cooking." More at Barnes and Noble and Vim & Vigor Design.


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