Get strong protection with this case that passes military grade drop testing and has a full-coverage flexible tray with a secure magnetic closure.
- Passes military grade 4’ drop testing*
- Patented flexible multi-generational tray
- Shock-absorbing TPU tray
- Non-slip lining for multiple viewing angles
- Easy-grip textured cover
- Secure magnetic tab closure
- Convenient sleep/wake functionality
- Patent-protected custom molded tray for enhanced protection
- Water-resistant cover
Wrap your Pro Tek™ 10.5-inch iPad Pro® or iPad Air® in the strong, military grade drop protection of Targus cases. Engineered for durability without adding weight, this architectural case features a flexible tray with wrap-around bezel and reinforced corners to ward off bumps and dings. The patented tray design flexes for a snug, safe fit. Precision cutouts give full access to controls, ports, and cameras.
The structured cover is engineered to protect, while a non-slip interior makes it easy to adjust your tablet into infinite viewing angles or a comfortable typing position to make getting your tasks done more comfortable and efficient. Altogether, it’s a superior choice for protecting your iPad Pro or iPad Air.
Military Grade Drop Protection
Minor drops and bumps are no problem for this sturdy, structured case. In fact, this case passes rigorous MIL-STD 810G testing* to ensure it can protect your Pro Tek™ 10.5-inch iPad Pro® from drops up to four feet when secured with the elastic band. When paired with glass screen protectors, your iPad is ready for real life.
Swipe or Type with Ease
The textured, non-slip interior lets you position your iPad® in a range of reading or viewing angles for watching videos or interacting with your screen or flip the cover back for a comfortable typing angle.
Full Access, Full Functionality
The soft TPU tray has precision cutouts for full access to ports, buttons, and controls. Camera and sensor cutouts ensure you get the best shot — even with the case on.
*As tested by an independent third party applying MIL-STD-810G, Method 516.6, Procedure IV.