The Week in iPad Cases: Marching on

The iPad 2 has been on the market for a nearly five months, but the flood of new cases hasn't stopped. Which is good for us, and you, because it means yet another iPad case roundup.

: The (iPad and iPad 2; $30) is a wonder for iPad users who like to keep things organized. With enough pockets and straps for just about anything from a pack of chewing gums to a charging cable, the Grid-It is sure to keep things in check no matter where you are. It's made of synthetic material and comes in black.

: The (iPad 2; $50) features a molded frame with a comfortable grip designed to protect your tablet from bumps and scratches. A wide, neoprene strap at the back makes it easy to hold the iPad in your hand, regardless of whether you're sitting at the coffee shop or standing in the train on the way to work. It comes in black.

: The (iPad 2; $40) is a clear, durable, hardshell case designed to work alongside Apple's Smart Cover. In addition to protecting the back of your iPad 2, this case features two magnetic strips that can be used to hold the last flap of a Smart Cover, extending the latter's functionality by providing three different viewing angles, in addition to keeping the cover open when reading.

: Lots of new iPad products from this manufacturer, starting with the (iPad 2; $20), a snap-on polycarbonate case with minimal profile available in clear, black, blue, or orange.

The (iPad 2; $45) features a trifold cover that allows you to use your tablet in three different positions. The soft, grey-microsuede interior is complemented on the outside by either crackled leather and carbon fiber (available in black and grey), patent leather (which can be had in platinum, merlot, or copper), or purple microfiber leather.