The iPad mini® brings a lot of technical goodness in a compact modern package, but the convenient size can make it more accident prone. The last thing in the world you want is to drop your device and bust the screen during a harried commute.
Targus has you covered. The VersaVu® Slim 360° Rotating Case for iPad mini® (5th gen.), iPad mini® 4, 3, 2 and iPad mini® comes in a variety of colors, but they all share a classic design and dedication to versatility.
This mini case features a patented rotating tray that makes it easy to switch between landscape and portrait views. It also has a stand to help ease of use when situated at a desk or counter. Targus’ VersaVu® Slim 360° Rotating Case for iPad mini® (5th gen.) is made with military-grade drop protection*, which means it’s built tough to take on bumps and bruises, making every day fumbles a non-issue.
Targus brings you the VersaVu® iPad mini® Case when nothing else will do, at a value you won’t find anywhere else. Shop Targus and get the most out of your electronic devices.
Military Grade Drop Protection
>Minor drops and bumps are no problem for this sturdy, structured case. In fact, the VersaVu® Slim 360° Case passes rigorous MIL-STD 810G testing to ensure it can protect your iPad® from drops up to 4 ft.
Easy Portrait and Landscape Viewing
The patented tray design rotates 360°, so it’s easy to switch from portrait to landscape modes and back again, and use the stand function in either mode.
Full Access, Full Functionality
The VersaVu® Slim 360° Case’s polycarbonate tray allows access to all ports, buttons and controls. Precision cutouts ensure the camera is accessible for photos or videos without removing your iPad mini from the case.
Microfiber Lining with Grooved Support
The cover’s soft microfiber lining helps prevent scratches to your touchscreen. When used as a stand, the grooved surface creates a stable base for swiping or viewing at multiple angles in landscape or portrait mode.
*As tested by an independent third party applying MIL-STD-810G, Method 516.6, Procedure IV.