The appeal of the Ndevr iPadding Gremlin kids' tablet case was immediately apparent to Tablet2Cases' resident experts, Suzie (age 7½) and Sylvia (age 6). Already big fans of the Speck iGuy, the girls adored maybe even more this little devil made of soft but tough polyolefin material. Best yet, the Gremlin play tablet case features a so-cute tail attachment that makes it a case with stand.
Specially designed for the Apple iPad mini
Made of non-toxic, pliable but tough Polyolefin material. Soft, squishy lightweight design is fun and safe for children
Durable foam design protects against drops and impacts
Sound tunnel redirects sound toward the front and boosts volume by 10db. Tail appendage props the tablet for hands-free use. Tail rotates to adjust the stand angle
Free-standing design for browsing and watching videos
This kids' tablet case is easy on/easy off, an immediately apparent boon to any parent with slightly-less-than-patient junior tablet users (so, basically, any parent). Any iPad mini is set in the rubber-like material with no snaps or fasteners needed.
The Ndever Gremlin is a humanoid-shaped tablet case employing a similar design. The "arms" of the case serve the function of carrying handles perfect for small hands. But rather than "legs", the Gremlin features a "tail" that acts like a kickstand for hands-free tablet use. This piece squeezes into a hole at the back of the tablet and, when attached, serves to prop the iPad for viewing at a few angles in landscape format. And this stand will take some pushing on the touchscreen without falling over.
As in any kids' tablet case, the polyolefin design here is nicely resilient enough to the punishment young ones might dish out. The squishy, rubbery material represents great protection against drops; the case bounces fairly well from serious heights and keeps that iPad working.