If you’re going to fork out all that cash for the latest MacBook, then it wouldn’t be a bad move to protect your investment from everyday wear and tear.
SuitCase for MacBook is one such solution and a handsome hard shell case emblazoned with a premium textile quilted pattern. Beyond its obvious good looks, there’s a series of innovative features hidden in plain sight that could set this case apart in the heavily saturated accessory market.
First off, the exterior layer of the SuitCase for MacBook is water-resistant. So rain won’t be a problem and accidental spills shouldn’t concern you either. Beneath the textile covering is a layer of hard plastic to protect your MacBook from impacts. Then inside the case is a soft layer of microfiber to protect the surface of your Mac from scratches and scrapes. That’s three separate layers of protection.
Now what makes SuitCase innovative is its suspension system which allows you to work while your MacBook remains inside the case. Your MacBook could potentially never leave the case keeping it in excellent condition should you want to trade-in or resell when it’s time to upgrade.
Dual zippers keep SuitCase securely closed, while the recessing leather handle keeps it slim and will probably make you appear more sophisticated when you carry the case to and from meetings.
SuitCase for MacBook is the latest product from US-based accessory label Twelve South. Founded just over a decade ago, the close-knit team specialises in creating beautiful accessories for Apple products which we all know could benefit from several protective layers.
Twelve South has made the SuitCase available via its website where you can order one for AUD $119.95. You can save an additional 12 per cent by joining the Twelve South mailing list. The SuitCase is available in both 13-inch and 16-inch sizes and is complemented by free shipping across Australia.