Don't-Miss Tablet accessory Stories
Can a lightweight shell give your iPad heavyweight protection?
Thoughtful design plus good construction make this one of the nicer iPad shells we've seen.
Combining soft silicone with rigid polycarbonate, the Silicrylic makes your iPad easier to hold and harder to break.
If all you need is minimalist protection for the iPad's back, this clear plastic snap-on case could help. But fuller protection is available.
A tough outer shell for the iPad, with good padding inside, but check the construction.
This rigid plastic shell protects iPad's back, but doesn't do anything for its screen.
Incipio’s DermaShot silicone case is an anti-slip cover that's protectively molded to the iPad while still allowing unobtrusive use of the device.
The Incase Protective Cover is a 3.7-ounce rubber case for your iPad. The case is unique in that the back is essentially flat, making it a stable base for desktop use.
Incipio’s 1337 case is specifically designed for gaming on the iPad. The $35 case offers high-density silicone protection for bumps and bruises while the molded grips on the back provide extra control when gaming.
Nicely made sleeve with enough protection to keep your iPad safe inside another bag.
Incipio's Tek-nical is an iPad carrying case that can double as a sleeve.
A sleeve protects your iPad inside another bag, such as a backpack, briefcase, or messenger bag. Our latest sleeve reviews cover Sena's Executive iPad Sleeve, Targus's Hughes Leather Portfolio Slipcase for iPad, Acme Made's Skinny Sleeve, Plaid Doctrine's iPad Sleeve, Power Support's Leather Sleeve for iPad, Booq's Boa Skin XS, and Brenthaven's Bill-Fold iPad Sleeve.
What happened to Raquel Welch's skin-tight wetsuit? From all appearances, it's being used in iPad sleeves.
Stylish and pricey leather sleeve for iPad built with the board room in mind.
Colorful, snug sleeve offers minimal protection.