Whatever you're after, we've picked a selection of the best iPad and iPad 2 cases, sorted them by type and tested until we found the best out there.
We've tested each iPad case and scored them out of five so you can see at a glance which ones we recommend.
We kick off with back covers for you iPad, so make sure you've got your iPad's back with one of these stylish shields.
Whether you're after the best iPad case or the best iPad 2 case, we've got you (ahem) covered.
01. Cygnett Prism Soundscoop
Unlike many other gel covers, this is tight around the edges and on the back, plus it aims the sound at you better and looks great to boot.
02. Otterbox Commuter Series
It's a bit of a faff to get on and off, but the plastic back shell gives your iPad some added protection against bumps and knocks.
03. Incipio 1337
Designed for gamers, the pads on the back make your iPad comfier to grip for long periods, but it really needs more padding on the corners to stop them digging into your hands.
04. Ozaki iCoat Bubble
Protect your iPad without hiding its sleek lines from view. It hugs your tablet nice and tight, but it's pretty expensive compared to many of its competitors on test here.
05. Proporta Mizu Shell
Price: From £5
A great-value translucent gel cover that fits snugly, let down slightly by the fact that the longer edges are a tad on the loose side.
06. Griffin Airstrap
Why tire your hand out gripping your iPad when it can grip you? The elasticated strap on the back of this admittedly bulky case feels a bit tight after a while, but what a great idea!
Want a case that's going to protect your iPad and doubles as a stand? Look no further…
01. Orbyx Leather Folder Case Green
Colours: Black/Black and Green/Brown and Pink
Great build quality, relatively slim and can sit at a perfect angle for typing. It'll also stand for watching movies, though isn't that stable.
02. Tuff-Luv Bi-Axis Saddleback
This well-padded leather case is the only one here that'll stand your iPad in both portrait and landscape, but setting up the stand's a faff.
03. Mophie Workbook
It's a bit on the fat side, but it'll stand your iPad at just about any landscape angle for viewing, thanks to its easy-to-use velcro system. Not so great for typing, though.
04. Incipio Premium Kickstand
If leather's not your thing, this case-cum-stand is made of nylon instead. Brilliant for watching video or giving presentations, but high for typing.
05. Scosche FoldIO
Colours: Black/Black and Grey
Beautifully slimline and it grips your iPad like a vice. The foldIO comes in leather- or carbon fibre-texture finishes and will prop your tablet at three landscape viewing angles.
06. Proporta Recycled Leather Case
Where some cases leave the edges of your iPad a bit exposed, this gives great all-round protection, but the one-angle stand is nothing special.