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You may have a hard time getting your hands on an Eee PC at the moment, but at least you can start grabbing accessories for the tiny notebook in the meantime. The first we've seen are Wrappers' set of Eee-sized laptop sleeves.

Wrappers' Eee PC sleeve
Keep your Eee PC snug

The fabric slip-cases are made from cordura - a sort of nylon-canvas hybrid - with a microfibre lining and polyester padding in between. Wrappers - who make the sleeves in Oxford - tell us they're machine-washable and available in black or navy, with a choice of white, navy or bright orange lining.

Each is a snip at £18.50 plus £3.50 postage and packing, but if you fancy something even more personal - or the Eee PC you're after is for a kid - Wrappers is also offering name-stamped sleeves for an extra three quid.

Wrappers' Eee PC sleeve
You know - for kids...

There's an added bonus feelgood factor: ten per cent of Wrappers' profits from the £21.50 sleeves goes to Lwak Girls High School bee keeping enterprise in western Kenya - hence the bee logo.

Wrappers' Eee PC sleeves can be ordered now from its website.

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