There’s no shortage of variety in the iPad case department. This list proves it, and these are just a small portion of what we’ve found. Can’t find anything you like here? Don’t worry, give it another month and we’ll have an entirely new round-up for you! Here are the top 75 cool and unique iPad cases (so far) in no particular order.
Pad and Quill: The Case Vol. 2 is a treat for book- and iPad-lovers. With its bonded leather portfolio style and cutouts for access to iPad buttons, it allows easy access with the style and elegance of a vintage novel. Also includes a red ribbon book marker that assists in removal should you wish to fondle your iPad naked.
$60 Buy the Case
XGear Blackout for iPad offers a sleek black decor with scratch-resistant finish and gripping feet on the reverse side to ensure that your baby has a secure home on hard surfaces. The layout of the Blackout will also not get in the way of surfing your favorite sites, reading comics, or browsing the iTunes Store.
$20 Buy the Case
Tuff-Luv Multi-View Napa Leather Case is just that: an iPad case crafted from elegant napa leather. Offering five view settings from 20 to 70 degrees, you can play on your tablet in bed, at the kitchen table, in front of the TV, and even in the car (though we wouldn’t recommend it).
$60 Buy the Case
The Moleskine Folio iPad Cover resembles a classic Moleskine notebook: rounded corners with an elastic band “and the legendary smooth black cover.” When digital just won’t do the job, this case comes with a built-in notebook for those spur of the moment ideas.
$ TBA Buy the Case
Vaja Messenger Bag for iPad looks like it could hold a high-powered executive’s clothes if it wasn’t cut to the dimensions of your Apple tablet and a few much-needed accessories. Featuring a genuine leather exterior and a cushioned plaid interior, the Vaja is perhaps the most attractive carrying case on the iPad market, but you will pay for it.
$280 Buy the Case
Byrd & Belle Reader Sleeve is made from 1/8″ thick felted wool and features a leather brown clasp to protect your iPad when not in use. The snug fit makes sure that the tablet is safe and secure at all times, so you can focus on it for the reasons that you just had to have one.
$48 Buy the Case
Incipio Destroyer Overkill for iPad offers Apple users what most cases do not. Not one layer of protection or two, but three, count them, three layers to guard against scratches, drops, and attacks by wild boar hogs should you run a pig farm. Made of the military compound Zytel, Overkill is your iPad’s first line of defense against clumsy ol’ you.
$120 Buy the Case
HardGraft Heritage iPad Case incorporates a stretchy band to ensure that the tablet stays in your hand. Similarly, a stretchy band on the inside helps your iPad stay put. Furthermore, the leather pocket attached is just big enough to hold your iPhone, and the asphalt grey wool felt goes with your on-the-go lifestyle when the rubber meets the road.
$59 Buy the Case
Kensington PowerBack iPad Case comes with a kickstand and a dock, which means you can go anywhere in public and annoy all those non-iPad owners with the fact you have one and they don’t. Giving you 5 extra hours of battery life and convenient, hands-free functionality, the PowerBack promises to keep your iPad going strong.
$130 Buy the Case
KeyCase iPad Folio Deluxe allows you to pair your iPad with an accompanying Bluetooth 2.0 keyboard that allows you to enjoy the laptop experience of shooting off emails and writing documents all from the comfort of your Apple tablet. Don’t need a fancy keyboard? No problem. Just fold it behind the iPad and use it the way God intended.
$95 Buy the Case