A number of companies have already introduced cases for the iPad Air. While many of these cases are merely remakes for the new device, there are some brand new cases, as well. Belkin has introduced a number of new products, including three keyboard cases: Qode Ultimate Keyboard Case ($129), Qode Thin Type Keyboard Case ($100), and Qode Slim Style Keyboard Case ($80). The company also introduced two new folio stand cases, the FreeStyle Cover ($60) and LapStand Cover ($60). All cases are listed as coming soon.
Grove has introduced its Wood Smart Case ($99) for iPad Air, a lightweight bamboo and maple folio case that also acts as a stand. The case ships in four to six weeks. Speck has debuted a redesigned StyleFolio ($40) case for iPad Air. The new StyleFolio features 14 different designs and is coming soon.
Other companies have introduced iPad Air versions of some of their most popular cases. New Trent has introduced the Airbender 2.0 ($55) Bluetooth keyboard case for the iPad Air. Incipio has made a number of cases for the Air, including its Flagship Folio ($70). X-Doria introduced its puff-printed SmartStyle ($40) for iPad Air, and iLuv will bring The Professional WorkStation ($100) Bluetooth keyboard case to the device.