What’s the only way to more effectively keep thieves away from your iPad than a sign reading “this iPad has mad herpes”? Making it look like a book, as people hate and fear them more than herpes. Enter ATL-based RooKCasE, which creates casings for iPads and other e-readers/tablets out of tomes sourced from local bookstores & thrift shops, or leather, which can be custom-monogrammed.
Whatever you choose, your device’ll sit on a hand-sanded, custom-routed birch tray (whose edges resemble pages), with a sound chamber near the speaker to preserve audio fidelity, and an elastic strap for closure, as people who're strapped often get the exact closure they're looking for.
The published look-alikes include everything from the Bible to Gangsters: Outside The Law (featuring a cigar-chomping Al Capone), LOTR-based The Art of The Two Towers, the beige 1965 spy classic The Flight of the Falcon, and even something called Wings, because the only thing scarier than herpes or books is a band with Linda McCartney in it.