Incipio NGP iPad Mini Case Review

The Incipio NGP shell for iPad Mini is pretty much as simple as it gets while offering iPad complete protection. The form fitting shell is grippy, comfortable, and lightweight, plus it comes with an adhesive screen protector.

The Incipio NGP shell is impact-resistant semi-rigid casing; it’s thin but protective. It’s flexible enough to easily apply on iPad Mini and provide a perfectly snug fit. There’s individual cutouts for each of the ports and button overlays for the lock and volume buttons. The button overlays are a bit stiff, but quick to get used to.

Our Incipio NGP case has a discreet matte black finish. Other than the branded imprint, it’s ultra-simple. The fits so perfect it looks as it it could be part of the tablet design. It’s not quick to show smudges, finger prints, or scratches. It’s also available in a translucent grey, translucent pink, and translucent purple.

While portfolio cases are nice, it’s not essential, especially if you want quick and easy access to iPad Mini. The included screen protector is what makes the Incipio NGP such a practical case. The shell has raised edges and exceeds the screen’s perimeter which helps protect the screen but having a scratch resistant screen protector seals the deal for all-around protection. The only thing it’s missing is a built-in stand.

If you’re looking for a little something to provide your new iPad Mini with some extra protection without turning it into a chunky paperweight, then look no further. The Incipio NGP Shell and screen protector is no-frills solution to adding protection in an appealing package. The Incipio NGP for iPad Mini retails for $24.99, but can be found for as little as $17.15 on Amazon.

The Good: Perfect Fit, Includes screen protector, Nice finish, Good cutouts, Comfortable to use
The Bad: Buttons are a bit stiff

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One Comment

  1. If not plugs for the ports and dust filter for the speakers, then covering the buttons seems rather pointless. Despite this small gripe, $25 is a pretty good value for all-around scratch protection.

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