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The iPad is a beautiful looking tablet, so it would be shame to dent it after dropping it on your kitchen table. Luckily Griffin is at hand, with the Survivor case. Designed to meet the US Department of Defense Standard F, this extreme case has a shatter resistant polycarbonate frame, combined with shock absorbing silicone. There's a built-in screen protector, plus sealed ports for the Lightning connector and headphone socket.
Constructed from high quality leather, this folio style will add an extra dash of class your new iPad Air. The interior pocket is great for storing a few business cards, while the hand-strap makes everything easy to carry.
The patented SG Bumper chassis should help to avoid any dings and dents. If you're the surfing type, then this Quiksilver designed sleeve could be right up your street. Featuring a 'redemption' pattern, the case is made out of neoprene — so your new iPad Air will be safe. The latest Microsoft Surface sells itself on lapability — easily being able to be use the tablet on your lap. It was just a matter of time before cases suppliers began to go in the same direction. The Lapstand from Belkin is designed to make it easy to type out long documents on your shiny new iPad Air.
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ComfortForm material moulds to your body, while the X-Frame keeps everything sturdy. Ever since the iPad 2 introduction, Apple has sold a Smart Cover to go along with the flagship product. For first time since its inception though, we get a slight redesign, with a more iPad Mini look.
Gone is the metal binding, replaced by a more seamless, complete polyurethane look. There are new colours too, with black, yellow, blue, green and red available. Waterproof to 2 metres, dirt proof, snow proof and even shock proof this case is designed to military specifications, yet keeps a relatively slim form factor. Never again will your iPad pick up any unwanted dings. Along with the updated Smart Cover, Apple has announced a new leather Smart Case, which offers all around protection to keep your iPad Air looking spick and span.
Apple's colourful run continues, with the case coming in brown, beige, black, yellow, blue and red. This origami style case folds in a whole number of ways, so you can pick your favourite.
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It is microfiber lined, for extra protection, plus there are hand-stitched edges and coloured accents. Beautifully stitched and finished, with a lovely micro-suede lining - the Tavik Drone is a great mix of aesthetic form and functionality. It folds nicely to create a viewing platform when you need one, and when you're finished the magnetic buckle clips shut and enables the iPad's auto-sleep.
Apple's own Smart Cover has been gloriously imitated in a natural wooden finish. Miniot's cover holds to the iPad 2, 3 and 4 with magnets and rolls smoothly up to act as a versatile stand for your iPad all the while looking effortlessly classy. Unveiled alongside the new tablet, the Smart Cover uses a series of magnets that when placed over your iPad 4 will put your slate into sleep mode and awaken it when opening. It also doubles as a stand to watch movies, or to type out your emails.
Creators of luxurious items for over years, the new iPad is the latest to get the lavish treatment with this goatskin leather case which holds the Apple tablet secure via two zip fasteners and can also be used as a stand so you can work or play without having to keep hold of your tablet. A manilla envelope-style case for iPad 4 made from polyturethane, the Poketo case even closes with a string clasp.
Available in four colours. A perfect compromise between tablet and laptop, the Belkin Keyboard Folio offers the standard protection of a case with the convenience of a keyboard. Made from real leather and hard plastic, each Knomo case comes with a unique ID number, to help track your iPad down when lost. Maybe one day, Apple will make a SmartCover with an integrated keyboard, but if you can't wait for those Cupertino chaps to do it, this slimline cover should do the trick for now. Sporting a wireless Bluetooth keyboard that connects to your new iPad or iPad 2 via a magnetic clip, the aluminium cover also protects your Apple tablet screen and has built in stand, so you can type from all angles.
The iconic checked design has long been favoured by fashionistas and football fans and now style-conscious tech lovers can proudly sport the Burberry tartan. Opting for a more understated look, the lightly padded iPad pouch features a leather trim and a simple snap button to keep it secure on your travels.
If you have expensive tastes but don't want to draw too much attention to your iPad, this glossy goat leather case made by British bag-maker Mulberry adds minimal bulk and still manages to look elegant with its simple, understated design. Is the Apple enforced slow down less sinister than you thought?