Don't-Miss Tablet case Stories
The PixelSkin HD Wrap has a eye-catching look, but the functionality isn't as intuitive as you might think.
This shock-absorbing case will protect your mini from drops and spills.
If you can overlook the clashing of felt and fake leather, the Dash Folio Felt is a decent choice for basic iPad protection.
For those who like the look and feel of a bare iPad, sleeve cases make a lot of sense, and the Durables sleeve from Dodocase will do a decent job protecting your iPad from scrapes and bumps.
This ultra-slim case is great for people who want protection without the bulk.
The Enduro Mini is a folio-style leather case for the iPad mini that includes a built-in battery for recharging the tablet. But Lex Friedman found that the case's flaws made the whole thing rather disappointing.
Why does an $80 case not have a camera hole?
Moshi’s Origo is a solid choice for iPad owners who are uninterested in the Smart Cover and looking for a thick and simple silicone shell.
The Dodocase Essentials line gives your iPad the look of a book, for disguise or protection.
The Dodocase mini for the iPad mini is like a good hardcover book: It may weigh a little more than your traditional case, but the feel is perfect in your hand.
We liked Logitech's Ultrathin keyboard cover for the full-size iPad. But the scaled-down version for the iPad mini makes the wrong compromises.
The iCase mini is a book-style case with personality.
The Smart Cover for the iPad mini protects its screen, but not much else. The CoverBuddy takes care of the rest.
The Nuud case from LifeProof should protect your iPad from water, ice, dust, and shocks. And it does it without making your iPad a pain to use.
The Ekto 2 is an extremely durable, well-designed lightweight case that provides a layer of protection usually reserved for heavier cases.