Pepkoo iPad 8th gen case – features

I recently bought this Pepkoo case for my new iPad (8th gen) and here’s what I LOVE about it:

https://youtu.be/83R_tk-5aig

* Nice thick foam with a similar “feel” as my GripCase, deep recessed openings and comfortable shape on the back (easy to hold)

* Good quality plastic case edging around the front of the iPad that does NOT have a built in plastic screen protector. If needed, you could add a Zagg (or other high quality) tempered glass screen protector to your iPad before putting it in the case.

* Built-in stand that can rotate 360 degrees so it can accommodate AAC apps in Portrait and Landscape orientation. The stand lays flush when pushed in so the case doesn’t wobble when it’s used flat on the table / desk.

* Comes in four color combos:

– Green Blue (as seen in this video)

– Blue Mint

– Pink Purple

– Gray Black

* Affordable ($19.99 – $20.99 varies based on the color, prices may vary outside the USA and prices tend to vary over time on Amazon)

PEPKOO iPad 8th 7th Generation Case for Kids – [10.2 inch 2020/2019] Lightweight Shockproof Handle Stand Rugged Cover for Apple iPad 8th 7th Gen 10.2 Inch (Green Blue) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08CKCF5FG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_JTW2PR94WYCDCP9X1BZM?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1


Here are some additional pictures…

When held in Landscape orientation, the thickest part of the border (plastic + foam) on each side is about 1.25” (closer to 1.5” at the corners)

When held in Landscape orientation, it’s about .5” border (plastic and foam)

The back of the case. The stand lays flush enough that it doesn’t wobble when the case is laid flat on the back on a table or desk.

The stand is easy to pop out and can be rotated 360 degrees. This is in Landscape orientation at one angle

This is also Landscape orientation at a different angle.

The stand can also lay flat and up to be used as a carrying handle.


It is also available for the iPad Mini 5: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08M9W4KHR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_7XSQV6G7VT8PMNGPEYCW?psc=1


Shout out to Christine Baudin (one of the admins in the AAC for the SLP Facebook group) for recommending this case 😊.


The only thing missing is a carrying strap but I’ve seen her share a hack about drilling holes in the top edge of thick foam cases to add a strap. Here’s the link to her YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/user/stineaac1


Note: It’s important to consider what features are needed in a case based on that individual’s needs. I am not making recommendations for individual patients and am not liable for purchasing decisions. Just sharing info that may be helpful as you are looking for cases.


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