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Concerti for iPad mini Review

Moshi is known for simple, minimal designs, and the Concerti for iPad mini is no exception. It's covered in a gray suede-like fabric, and stays closed via an elastic band attached to the cover.

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LGND Review

If you're looking for all-around protection, Incipio's LGND has your iPad covered—literally. It's like a combination case and smart cover, with an added stand for good measure.

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Smart Feather Review

The Feather has been one of our favorite iPhone cases for several years now. We were understandably excited to test out a new version for the iPad mini.

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Sleeve Review

On Guard's Sleeve is as simple as it's name. The microsuede sleeve has magnetic clasps on one end, and your mini slips inside easily. It doesn't add a lot of bulk, so it's perfect for using inside a computer bag or purse.

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Slim Folio Stand Case Review

Macally's Slim Folio mimics the look of a fancy (if plain) paper notebook. The heavy covers protect the front and back of your iPad, and it also doubles as stand.

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ShockDrop for iPad mini Review

Hard Candy's ShockDrop for iPad offers robust protection for your device. The two-piece design features a snap-on frame with a screen shield, which then gets stuffed into a textured silicone case.

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Smart Jacket Review

X-Doria's Smart Jacket combines a snap-on hardshell case with a flip cover similar to Apple's Smart Cover. It snaps on easily, and features roomy cutouts for your iPad's ports and switches.

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Jacket D7 Review

If what you need is more of a sleeve, STM's D7 is worth a look. Available in two subtle color combos (gray with green accents, or brown with orange), the D7 features a sturdy zipper along two sides, and a handy outer pocket large enough for cables, chargers, and other small odds & ends.