This week’s roundup of new iPad cases features a variety of options for your post-holiday shopping—because every iPad needs a good case.
The Brydge Air (iPad Air and Air 2; $189) comes with a built-in wireless keyboard with backlit keys. According to the Brydge, the keyboard’s rechargeable battery lasts up to three months under normal usage. Made from aluminum, the case includes built-in dual stereo speakers as well.
The Unicorn Beetle (iPad Air 2; $30) sports a fun design to match its fun name. It features a built-in screen protector, includes precise cutouts to access all of the iPad's ports and buttons, and comes in pink or gray.
The Defender Series (iPad mini 3; $70) is one of the most protective cases on the market. This rugged case features port covers to keep out dust and grime, includes a built-in screen protector to help you avoid scratches and damage, and it doubles as a viewing and typing stand in landscape orientation.
The GraphGrip (iPad Air 2; $18) is a rubber-like silicone shell with a grooved square pattern for extra grip. The case provides precise cutouts for the iPad's ports, buttons, and camera, and comes in black, blue, or pink.
The Limited Edition (all iPad models; $305) is probably one of the most expensive cases we've ever featured, but this premium calf-leather sleeve will definitely make your iPad stand out in a crowd. It also features a selvage motif fabric and a palladium finish metal plate.
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