We reviewed the iPad Air 2 version, but now there's an iPad mini version that looks to be just as good.
The biggest feature of the GraphGrip is in the name. The case features a grid of rubberized squares on the back that makes your iPad way easier to hold and prevents any accidental drops that may occur.
Plus, the case fits quite snugly around the edges, making sure there's a tight fit so that it doesn't slip off (unlike many other wrap-around cases that I've used).
The best part is that the GraphGrip is the cheapest case out of the bunch, priced at only $15.
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