5 Must-Have Sleeves for the iPad Mini

The best way to preserve your iPad mini’s sleek looks and reliable functions is to use an iPad mini sleeve. Protective sleeves, folios, and cases abound in the market today, each with its own style to match the tastes of iPad mini owners. In fact, the variety is so diverse that you may find it difficult to pick the right sleeve for your device. If you’re having trouble making up your mind, consider these great sleeves for iPad mini.

Disruptive USA NeO neoprene sleeve for iPad mini 

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This sleeve provides all-around protection for the iPad mini, preventing dust and other minute particles from getting into the device’s ports and docks. The sleeve’s neoprene construction makes for a snug fit, preventing your iPad mini from accidentally sliding out the sleeve and getting damaged in your bag. To keep your iPad mini’s screen and back panel scratch-free, the sleeve’s interior is lined with soft material. Though the sleeve doesn’t look particularly flashy or eye-catching, its simple black-and-blue style perfectly complements the iPad mini’s minimalistic looks.

Incase Neoprene Sleeve for iPad mini – Black

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This Incase sleeve is custom-fitted for the iPad mini, so it should fit your device like a glove, while providing just enough clearance if your iPad mini is fitted with a back protector. The sleeve is made from sturdy neoprene material to last through years of use. The zipper around the top provides additional protection for your iPad mini by keeping the device from slipping out of the sleeve. Internal binding prevents the zipper from scratching the iPad mini’s corners. The sleeve’s interior is also lined with soft faux fur, so you don’t have to worry about screen damage.

MacAlly Peripherals Slim Folio Stand Case for iPad Mini – Navy

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This is the ideal iPad mini accessory for individuals who want their devices to be accessible despite the use of a protective case or sleeve. This folio snaps right onto your iPad mini’s back panel, protecting the panel from nicks and scratches while securing the device during use. For added protection, the folio is lined with a soft material that won’t scratch your iPad mini’s screen. To make your device easier to use, the folio also features a cutout on its back panel for the device’s camera lens. One of this folio’s best features is that it folds into a stand for the iPad mini, making movie-watching and gameplay more enjoyable.

MacAlly Peripherals Rotating Folio Case with Stand for iPad Mini

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This folio case is sturdy enough to function as a travel case, with front and rear panels that are rigid yet lightweight. The case’s hardshell interior protects the iPad mini’s screen from scratches, too. Like many MacAlly cases, this accessory also provides a cutout on its back panel for the iPad mini’s camera lens, for added convenience. What’s really great about this case, though, is that it doubles as a rotating stand for your iPad mini. The case can steadily support the device in portrait and landscape mode, so you can switch between both modes whenever you want. Through this rotating design, you can enjoy typing and viewing comfort.

C.E.O. Hybrid iPad mini Case

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If you’re looking for an iPad mini sleeve that’s sophisticated in form and function, you might like this iPad mini case from C.E.O. Hybrid. This case’s exterior is made of durable leather for a sleek, elegant appearance, while its interior is made from soft microfiber to reduce the risk of scratches. The case also provides reinforced protection for the iPad mini’s corners, which suffer the most contact-related damage. For added convenience, the case is designed with an interior hand strap for safer one-handed use as well as an elastic strap that holds the case’s open or closed position.

This case offers more than just protection; it also doubles as a stand that can provide up to three hands-free viewing angles and one typing angle. The case is designed so that all ports, buttons, and speakers are always accessible.

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