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This week’s roundup of new iPad cases features fashionable folios from Belkin, CODi, DODOcase, Targus, and Toffee, a keyboard from Kensington, and something with character from ThinkGeek.
The Dana Tanamachi Cover (all iPad mini models; $35) sports the artist’s unique floral design on a sturdy folio case.
The case features polycarbonate-reinforced corners, a smooth inner lining to protect the iPad’s screen, and a foldable cover that doubles as a stand in landscape orientation.
The Cobra Sling (all iPad models; $75) comes with a dedicated compartment for your iPad and pockets for your accessories.
Made with eco-friendly materials, the bag sports a waterproof coating, includes a front zippered pocket with a separate section for your iPhone and keys, and features a shoulder strap for hands-free carrying.
The Ballistic Folio (iPad Air 2; $50) is a ruggedly-constructed case that combines ballistic nylon with extra padding for all-around protection.
The case features faux-leather accents, turns into a stand either in portrait or landscape orientation, and includes a magnetic closure that keeps its cover firmly closed when you’re on the go.
Built in collaboration with Stamen Design, the Stamen Maps: NYC Collection (all iPad mini models; $85) features a beautiful map of New York City.
The case, which comes in two print styles, sports a sturdy bamboo tray with precise cutouts for the iPad’s ports and buttons, is compatible with the iPad mini’s magnetic sleep/wake feature, and includes a landscape-orientation stand.
The KeyFolio Pro (iPad Air 2; $80) is a durable folio case, wrapping your iPad Air 2 in soft sheepskin leather.
Lined with soft microfiber to prevent scratches, the case includes a removable Bluetooth keyboard, sports a magnetic closure, and supports multiple viewing and typing angles in landscape orientation.
Lightweight and slim, the Custom Fit (iPad Air 2; $15) includes a precisely molded tray for your iPad and a screen cover for additional protection.
Available in black or red, the case doubles as a stand in landscape orientation, ships with a stylus, and sports an elastic closure to keep everything in place.
If you are looking for a protective solution with flare, the Minecraft Pig (all iPad minis; $25) sports a silicone shell shaped after Minecraft’s blocky pigs.
The case includes raised edges and custom cutouts for the iPad’s back-facing camera, Lightning port, and headphone jack.
The Flip Folio (iPad Air, Air 2, mini 2, mini 3; $60) features a functional stand that provides you with four viewing angles in landscape orientation.
Available in black or khaki, the case is compatible with the iPad’s magnetic sleep/wake feature, features a water resistant nylon exterior, and comes with an elastic band closure.
The Svago (all iPad models; $40) comes with a number of sections to separately store your MacBook, iPad, and other necessities.
Available in black, blue, green, or red, this backpack features an external zippered pocket for quick access to your items, adjustable shoulder straps, and a main compartment that keeps everything safely stored away.