CES 2019: Speck Launches New 'Case-E' iPad Case Aimed at Kids

Speck today announced the launch of the Case-E, a new tablet case that's aimed to protect iPads that are being used by children. The Case-E is a followup to the Speck iGuy, one of Speck's most popular iPad cases.


The Case-E, like the iGuy comes in bright colors and uses soft but sturdy materials that are easy to grip. Case-E features 6-foot drop protection along with detachable EVA foam "arms" that kids can hold onto.

The arms serve as a stand for use in landscape or portrait mode, and there's a tie for securing it to a vehicle's headrest when in the car.


Speck plans to begin offering the Case-E iPad case for $39.95 starting during the first quarter of 2019. It will be available from the Speck website, and it is compatible with the last five generations of 9.7-inch iPads.

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6 weeks ago

It’s really hard to justify and iPad purchase for kids, when the fire kids tablet is $129.


Buying a Fire tablet is an easy way to quickly justify the purchase of an iPad for children. Those things are junk, junk, junk.
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6 weeks ago

It’s really hard to justify and iPad purchase for kids, when the fire kids tablet is $129.

I got my kids $50 fireHD 8" tablets last year with a similar looking case for like $12 bucks. Installed google play store on them and the kids have been happy watching YouTube kids or educational apps ive installed. If they break them, no big sweat.
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6 weeks ago
It’s really hard to justify and iPad purchase for kids, when the fire kids tablet is $129.
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