Incase makes protective covers for Smart technology including the iPad, but the company does more than just sell everyday cases, it creates art in which you can carry your laptop, phone or tablet. Here are 5 cases to consider if you want to tote your iPad in style. From a sleeve that offers a modern artistic interpretation to a lightweight snap on case that offers convenience and a minimalistic appearance, Incase is the place to shop if you desire more than just a discreet place to store and tote your favorite piece of technology. These 5 options span the spectrum of price too, ranging from $35 all the way to $200.
The Eley Kishimoto white and fuchsia patterned case is more than just a functional carrying compartment for your iPad, but it is that as well. Designed by artists Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto, Incase hails this product as being above any trend or fad, just like its designers. The graphics on the case resemble angry lightning bolts, but the lining of the sleeve is made of soft, faux fur. For about $50, your iPad can snuggle into its zippered carrying case, while you tote around this artistic take on modern convenience.
Incase boasts that their Perforated Collection is designed to be the most lightweight case they carry. Offering access to your iPad’s features while simultaneously protecting it from scratching, this case is different from a zipped sleeve in that you simply snap it on and go. It will cost you about $40 to sport the Perforated Snap iPad Case, which looks like porous coral.
Presented as part of a limited edition collection, the Jose Parla Jacket for iPad is visually stunning. Parla’s original artwork graces the cover of the jacket, which converts into a stand allowing for easy viewing of the housed technology. One must see Parla’s art to really appreciate its dimensionality, but the jacket’s appearance has the effect of texturized, broad brushstrokes. Made of pebbled white leather, this stylish and unique case for your iPad will cost you. The price to dress your iPad in such style is just shy of $200.
Inspired by the Japanese paper folding art of the very same name, this cushioned sleeve for iPad in vibrant pink is not only attractive but functional, boasting several viewing positions that are achieved by folding the sleeve. Alas, function imitates art here and does so stylishly for a modest $35.
In colors like emerald and hot pink (black too), the Neoprene Sleeve Plus for iPad by Incase is the manifestation of form meets function. With a sleek exterior and soft, faux fur interior, this zippered sleeve provides complete protection for your Smart technology while enveloping it in style. The price is nice too at a reasonable $35.