This week's iPad-case roundup features two accessories that want to take your tablet for a spin, and two that are all about fashion, regardless of whether you're on a budget or ready to spare no expense. A couple screen protectors, and a case that's all about thin, round out this collection.
The Dash Tab (iPad Air; $50) offers excellent protection thanks, says the company, to a secure fit and superior construction materials. (A dashed pattern gives this case its name.)
The case, which also doubles as a viewing or typing stand at multiple angles in landscape orientation, is compatible with the iPad Air's magnetic sleep/wake feature.
The 360 (iPad Air; £30) features a microfiber interior for maximum protection and a convenient 360-degree stand system that allows you to prop up your tablet in either landscape or portrait orientation.
The 360 comes in cherry red, vibrant orange, or black carbon.
The Hannah Lifestyle (all iPad models; $50) features a faux-leather finish designed to resemble a fashionable handbag, with a shoulder strap and plenty of padded space for carrying your tablet securely.
The bag also features a zippered compartment that's perfect for accessories and papers.
The Watson (iPad Air; $50) features an eco-friendly, vegan-leather cover with a generous amount of padding and a soft microsuede interior.
The case, available in grey, purple, blue, pink, or olive green, also includes three business-card slots.
The iPort (iPad 4, iPad mini, and iPad Air; $100 to $120) is a combination case and stand that can wirelessly charge your tablet in both landscape and portrait orientation; it also features a convenient magnetic alignment mechanism that makes mounting the case on the stand simple and quick.
The iPort supports multiple viewing angles, and it even features a special set of wave guides that enhance your iPad's sound output without the need for special electronics.
The PureTek (iPad mini and iPad Air; $30 to $35) gives you an error-free way to protect your screen, thanks to a frame-and-roll-on mechanism that make installation of this protector a breeze.
The film comes in two models: one that reduces glare, and another that's specially coated to help keep fingerprints and smudges away from your screen.
The Mara (iPad Air; £325) is made from the finest calf leather and features a folio layout with a cover that doubles as a viewing or typing stand in landscape orientation.
The case, which includes an aperture that allows you to use the iPad Air's camera, also includes a slim pocket for stashing papers while you're on the go.
The CoverBuddy (iPad Air; $25) provides a thin layer of tough protection for the back of your tablet, with a durable rubber coating for longer durability. The case is designed to perfectly match Apple's own SmartCover.
It comes in clear, black, blue, orange, green, yellow, red, or translucent black.
The VersaVu Keyboard (iPad Air; $100) incorporates a rechargeable wireless Bluetooth keyboard in a convenient package that protects your iPad while you're on the go and doubles as a viewing stand in both landscape and portrait orientations when in use.
The Crystal Clear (iPad Air; $28) features a die cut that perfectly covers your tablet's screen, and a static-cling adhesive that's easy to put on and doesn't leave any residue.
The protector's 4H coating offers tough protection against accidental bumps and scratches, and includes a special oleophobic compound that helps keep smudges and fingerprints away.
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