Protect Your iPad 10.2 With a Rugged Case
Protect your iPad 10.2 with an innovative rugged case that combines sleek design and military-grade protection. Tested to withstand 4-foot drops, it’s engineered for durability without adding extra weight. It features an infinitely variable kickstand for comfortable viewing and typing angles, Apple Pencil holder and tether, and asset tagging area.
The beauty of handing a tablet to your kids (or just kids at heart) is that they can personalize it with apps and create a unique way of using their favorite device. The curse, however, is that they might smudge and scratch it or worse still shatter it. That’s why you need a case to protect the screen, edges and corners of the tablet from scratches, dents and more serious damage.
This Gecko gray and mint tablet case is a sleek cover that looks good and does a great job of protecting the iPad. It’s designed to fit like a glove with the tablet simply clicking into the strong plastic shell to secure it. The cover features all the appropriate openings for ports and buttons so the tablet can be used without removing it from the case.
Targus’ Click-In cases offer military grade drop protection and all the smart features you want in a slim, lightweight design. Their flexible trays flex to wrap around the edges of the iPad for a snug, safe fit, while precision cutouts let you access all controls and ports without removing your tablet.
Looking for a cheap alternative to Apple’s Smart Folio? This JETech cover offers much the same look for a fraction of the price. It’s also much more rugged, with a harder plastic feeling that’ll help to keep the iPad safe from bumps and drops. The case doubles as a stand and has a wake/sleep function that’ll work automatically when you open and close the cover.
Military-Grade Drop Protection
In addition to basic protective features like an easy-to-open case cover, a high-quality iPad heavy duty case offers military-grade drop protection. This rating is typically based on rigorous testing performed by the case manufacturer. Depending on the case, this could mean protection against drops of a few feet or more.
If you’re looking for serious drop protection with a little bit of style, check out the BlackBelt Tablet Case 10.2 2nd Degree Rugged Case. This case is rated MIL-STD-810G for significant drop protection and comes with a two-year warranty. It also features a kickstand that supports infinite adjustment, perfect for watching videos or typing on a Bluetooth keyboard. Other highlights include a self-adjusting hand strap that tucks away, an Apple Pencil holder and tether, and asset tagging for easy identification. This case is not compatible with the Apple Smart Keyboard.
The ZAGG Rugged Messenger is another good choice, offering impressive military-grade drop protection and a full-size keyboard in one package. This case boasts a shatter-resistant polycarbonate frame clad in rugged shock-absorbing silicone that’s made from hazard-free materials. It’s also IP68 waterproof, meaning it can safely withstand up to four feet of water.
If you’re looking for something a little more stylish, the JETech Rugged Shield Series is worth considering. This model has a durable, scratch-resistant polycarbonate shell and a textured, non-slip interior that lets you position your tablet in infinite viewing angles or a comfortable typing angle. Its attention to detail extends to grooves that resemble tire tread for a grip that’s sure to keep your iPad steady.
Multiple Viewing and Typing Angles
Whether you’re typing or browsing the web, you want a case that supports your desired viewing and typing angles. Look for a case that converts into a stand or allows you to prop up your tablet on different angles for comfortable typing and viewing. Some cases also have built-in kickstands for watching videos or FaceTime calls with family.
Most tablets come with a stand that’s good for watching videos or FaceTime calls, but it may not provide the angle or orientation you prefer. You can get a case that converts into a different stand or lets you prop up your iPad at a flatter angle for typing and drawing.
A few cases offer a keyboard, giving you a laptop-like experience with your tablet. One option is a slim and lightweight folio from MoKo, which has an ultra-slim design that adds minimal bulk to your device. The cover connects automatically, and the keys are responsive with tactile feedback.
Another option is a rugged case from BlackBelt, which has military-grade drop protection and a two-year warranty. The padded tray flexes to fit different iPad models and wards off bumps, dings and drops. Its self-adjusting hand strap stows when not in use, allowing your device to lie flat, and it has an Apple Pencil holder and tether for secure storage.
When your iPad is out and about you want to be able to use it in a variety of situations. Whether you’re preparing presentations, working from home or out on the road, an iPad case with a magnetic stand and multiple viewing angles helps you get more done.
The best iPad cases with a magnetic stand and multiple Tablet Case 10.2 viewing and typing angles allow you to transform your tablet into an on-the-go workstation. They can be easily mounted to most magnetic surfaces, such as refrigerators and filing cabinets, or secured to other metal objects by adhesive-backed mounting plates that are included with the case.
Another excellent option is the Apple Smart Folio. It is designed to accommodate the Pencil 2 and attaches to the iPad magnetically. Its back is made of a sturdy polycarbonate plastic and should help to protect the device from drops, although there’s no front cover to protect the screen.
For a more rugged option, consider the OtterBox Defender. It’s built from a sturdy inner frame and an outer slipcover that’s easy to clean. It provides up to 10-foot drop protection, and it should protect the device from scratches and bumps. The company also donates 10% of its profits to charitable causes, such as Children International. A satisfaction guarantee and generous warranties are also offered.