Ultra-thin case with MagConnect compatibility and Apple Pencil 1st Gen holder

The aXtion Edge M Case for iPad 10.2" (7th Gen) is the ideal solution for light users. The case features compatibility with Apple's Smart Keyboard and has an Apple Pencil holder. Built with high-grade material, this case is ultra-thin and extremely lightweight, which lessens the bulk of your tablet while protecting the back against scratches. This case also provides easy access to ports and features button covers.

This low profile case features MagConnect compatibility to work out of the box with our highly versatile mounts. Built with carbon fiber arms, these mounts expand usability by positioning the device where it is needed allowing the user to be handsfree. With our quick connect MagConnect technology, connecting the case onto the mount is quick and easy. The ease of use increases productivity and expands usability.

For mobile users this case can be paired with our adjustable Universal Hand Strap for total comfort and extra convenience while on the go.

  • Compatible with iPad 10.2" (7th Gen)
  • Case features: Apple Smart Keyboard and Pencil 1st Gen compatibility, Pencil holder, button covers 
  • Built with MagConnect technology for easy attachment and removal from any MagConnect mount
  • Easily mounts and dismounts to all MagConnect mounts via a magnet
  • Compatible with the Universal Hand Strap with rotating connector to easily move between portrait and landscape mode 

Case Specifications

Dimensions: 7.1" x 9.8" x 0.64"
Weight: 0.35 lb
Compatible Models: A2197, A2200, A2198
Thin profile


  1. MagConnect adapter for compatibility with all MagConnect Mounts
  2. Compatible with Apple Smart Keyboard
  3. Charging and pairing port access
  4. Apple Pencil holder
  5. Molded-in buttons
  6. Access to dual microphones


Brand The Joy Factory

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