A Bunch of New iPad Cases – Everything from Durability to Style

| May 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

New iPad casesIf you are thinking about a new case for your tablet and want something sturdy and stylus, then head over our bunch of new iPad cases that brings a lot more new ways to deck your iPad.



The company’s Cote (£79 to £89; all iPad models) is a handmade from the genuine leather that gives a solid protection and an elegant look as well. It features two design models; tan with green stitching and dark brown with white stitching.

Griffin Technology

Griffin TechnologyThe CinemaSeat ($40; iPad Air) combines a padded frame giving an extra safety against chips and scratches. You can affix your tablet to your car’s headrests so that users can have fun while sitting on the backseats. You can navigate everything on your iPad easily.



The Watson ($50; iPad Air) is prepared from Eco-friendly vegan leather together with a sturdy frame to keep your tablet safe during the daily vagaries of life. The case comes in blue, black, grey, purple and pink. It also features three card slots to let you stash credit or ID cards when you are on the go.

Acme Made

Acme MadeThe Skinny Book is a water- and stain-repellent shell that includes a minimalist design for a great portability on the go. It can be doubled as a typing or viewing stand in the both portrait and landscape orientation. The case is also compatible with your tablet’s wake/sleep mode.


CygnettThe Paradox Sleek ($40; iPad Air) combines a folio-style design that can be doubled as the viewing stand in the both portrait and landscape orientation. Available in grey, yellow, black and pink.

iGear Unlimited

iGear Unlimited

The company’s Flip Turn ($99 to $129; iPad Mini & iPad Air) is prepared from a sturdy polycarbonate along with an on-board stylus and a wireless Bluetooth keyboard with backlit keys. It comes in white, black and silver (for iPad Air only).


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