Hardly anyone has an iPad Mini yet, but that doesn’t stop the accessory makers. First Cygnett releases a case for the iPad Mini, and now the accessory experts at Zagg are showing that they make a screen protector for the iPad Mini.
It’s not yet available to buy, but the $25 accessory promises to protect the not-yet-released iPad Mini from scrapes, scratches, and fingerprints. I’m still not sure if this is an attempt to cash in on the current iPad Mini hype or a real product, but it’s interesting nonetheless. At the very least, it is a sign that Zagg believes in the hype enough that they created a product page.
Had this screen protector been available to buy I would be getting one. I have a fake iPad Mini and I think it would be funny to try to fit the screen protector to the fake product. I’d like to see how close my fake tablet comes to the real thing.