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Speck iPad Mini Case #GiftIdea

Hi neighbors!

I really like this new case I received from Speck!  I have needed a good case for quite some time.  I was using a extra case that I was given, but it did not close properly and kept popping open.  I am so enjoying having a case that stays closed!


Ok, that is not all that I like about a Speck case for my iPad Mini.  I have the DuraFolio.  I like the protection it gives, while still maintaining a slender, light-weight cover.  It gives a majority of protection without being making my Mini oversized.  It still fits easily in my carrying bag.  This is a military grade protective cover.  Now, I am not going to intentionally drop my iPad Mini, but let me share with you some information on the Speck site:
As the above material makes clear, Speck has tested a number of its cases and determined that the identified cases meet or exceed certain standards often used by the military to determine effectiveness of protection. To be clear, this does not mean that your devices will never break. If you drop them hard enough, or from high enough, or at just the wrong angle, your device may still be damaged. And if you happen to drop your device into a river of molten lava, Speck case or no Speck case, let it go. Cause it’s gone.




Another feature I like is the ability to adjust the way my iPad sits, or maybe I mean stands.  The cover folds back at an adjustable angle.  There are several grooves you can rest the iPad on so you can place it at the angle that best suits your needs.


I also like the magnetic cover.  It activates the sleep /wake function.  My last case did not close properly, nor did it have the magnetic cover, so it would often stay on even after the cover was closed.



Speck has protective cases for a variety of handheld, electronic devices, from phones to tablets.  If you are looking for a new case or cover, stop by their website to see what they have available.  Be sure to follow them on their social media:
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