Vote now for iPad case of the year [TiPb Awards]

Apple kicked off the iPad 2 case wars with their magnetically attached SmartCovers. ZAGG added a full-on Bluetooth keyboard to the ZAGGfolio.

DODOCase redid their classic for iPad 2. Pad & Quill took things up a notch with their Contega.

Otterbox added the Reflex to their armored offerings. BodyGuardz added the thin and strong Carbon Fiber.

Incipio kept thing sleek with the Feather Ultra-Light. Case-Mate went with a kick-stand for the Pop!

Yup, that's a lot of different kinds of cases, but to keep the number of categories sane, we had to it. They all have two things in common, however -- they're all great and you have to pick your favorite. Vote up top and tell us why you voted they way you did in the comments! These are your awards, so get to it!

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Vote now for iPad case of the year [TiPb Awards]


Why wasn't The Targus case (Versavu 360 degree Rotating Stand) included in this survey. My wife and I really like this Ipad cover.

I think for environmentally conscious entry the leather cases by Saddleback leather should be included, not everyone likes plastic covers.

Pad and Quill's quality cannot be be matched. They just feel so REAL. I love my Kindle case.

Dodo does not offer enough custom colors. I've also seen a lot of reviews lately that are not so good. I think they are losing their passion. Especially, the review on youtube where they forgot to put a frame in before shipping. lol too funny!

Acase is my favorite so far, it's basically the original iPad1 Apple case with the features of the Smart cover for iPad2, including the magnetic, folding stand and automatic on/off.
DODO is more about style (probably the most stylish iPad case) than function, no landscape stand mode at all.

I used to have a Jack Spade case for my iPad .. when I got the iPad 2, I got a DODOcase whilst I waited for a iPad 2 version of the Jack Spade - but would never go back now. Sticking with the DODOcase forever! I love it.

Pad and Quill case for me - love the book-like feel with the ability of multiple standing positions. Something DODO does not offer.

Got one of these for the first iPad. I thought I'd go with something else this time around, but after three days, I've changed my mind. DODOcase is the best!

DODOcase is more than just a cae. It connects me to layers of artisanal tradition, brings the past into the present and honors generations of fine craftspeople. AND the company is small, local and green. AND the cases are gorgeous!

Our Dodocase makes us love our iPad2 in a way that we didn't think possible. We've had other cases before, and they were all trash. The Dodocase simply rocks.

Pad and Quill has THE best case in terms of style and quality, hands down. Leather cover, non-warping Baltic Birch frame that is actually sanded and lacquered, magnetic on/off, camera hole, sturdy gripping bumpers... No other case offers all this. Beautiful!

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