Gorgeous bags, elegant keyboards, and more
This week’s roundup of new iPad cases includes fashionable-forward looks from Mulberry, Aspinal of London, and Case Logic, keyboard cases from Sena and Ionic, and everyday protection from Ballistic and Cygnett.
Aspinal of London
The Small Mount Street Tech (all iPad models; $925) is a carry-all bag, designed to fit all of your electronics in style.
Made of soft calf leather, the bag features individual compartments for your iPad, iPhone, and MacBook, a charger pack to power up your devices on the go, and a detachable shoulder strap for hands-free carrying. The Street Tech is available in black, chocolate brown, deer, smooth mustard, or navy.
If you’re looking for protection without the extra bulk, check out the Urbanite (iPad Air; $50). It features reinforced sides to minimize damage from impact while keeping a slim profile.
The case includes multiple layers to further mitigate shock from bumps, raised edges to protect the iPad’s screen when placed facedown on a flat surface, and thick corners to help cushion the blow if dropped.
The Attaché (all iPad models; $19) includes spacious compartments where you can safely store your iPad and its accessories.
Made from weather-resistant neoprene, the bag comes in pink or black, features extra padding for protection against accidental bumps, and both inner and outer zippered pockets for items like cables, keyboards, and chargers.
The Form (iPad Air 2; $40) is a folio case that sports a streamlined design for lightweight but effective protection.
The case features a microfiber lining that provides extra padding for your iPad and helps minimize scratches; it also doubles as a stand in landscape orientation for either typing or viewing, with support for multiple angles for the perfect setup.
Designed with your little ones in mind, the ArmorBox Kido (iPad Air 2; $30) features a sturdy design that combines polycarbonate with impact-resistant materials and reinforced corners.
Available in four bright colors—blue, black, purple, or pink—the case features large cutouts for the iPad’s ports, buttons, and back-facing camera, a raised bezel to protect the screen when placed facedown on a flat surface, and a handle that doubles as a stand in landscape orientation for either viewing or typing.
The Keyboard (iPad Air; $20) features—as its name ever so subtly implies—a removable Bluetooth keyboard for added convenience while on the go.
Manufactured with pebbled leather, the case turns into a viewing or typing stand in landscape orientation, sports a tab closure that holds the cover in place during transportation, and comes in black or white.
The Zip Sleeve (all iPad models; $35) is a journal case with a trendy but functional look, and snugly holds your iPad with room to spare for a variety of accessories.
Made of soft pebbled leather, the case features all-around padding for extra protection, a pocket where you can store your charging cable and headphones, and an external small zippered pocket for your cash, credit cards, and photo ID.
If you prefer a simple look, the Sleeve (iPad Air; $242) features a classic design that surrounds and protects your iPad in understated style.
Made with real leather, the sleeve employs a natural vegetable tanning technique that retains the original raw-hide’s patterns, sports unobtrusive high-quality stitching, and comes in oak, chocolate, or black.
The Keyboard Folio (iPad Air 2; $150) incorporates a handy Bluetooth keyboard inside a fashionable, genuine-leather folio case.
The Keyboard Folio turns into a stand for typing or viewing in landscape orientation thanks to a built-in retractable arm, sports a tab closure for secure transport, and features microsuede lining to help keep the iPad’s screen scratch-free and provide additional comfort for your arms while typing.
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