Microsoft's recently released 2-in-1 notebook, the Surface Book, has proven to be a popular item if its initial sales are any indication. But what if you wanted to change the look of the notebook, so it stands out from the crowd? One option it to get a custom wood cover from the team at Toast.
The company has been making custom covers for smartphones, tablets and notebooks for a little while now, and now the company posted images of its first cover made for a Surface Book customer, with a wood skin. Here's how Toast describes what they offer:
"When placing a custom cover order, just upload an image file of your design and tell us how you'd like us to lay it out in the order instructions at the end of checkout. Our custom cover designer will email you renderings and work with you to get your design all dialed in prior to sending it back to our production team to be crafted. We also keep your design on file for future covers at standard etching pricing."
The current price for a custom cover for the Surface Book is $84.
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