Many of us are Mac users in the tech community often travel with Apple's aluminum MacBooks, primarily straight into a coffee shop like Starbucks or around our cozy home. There are so many options out there for carrying and protecting your investment using bulky bags and sleeves. MacBooks are already thin and very portable machines so why not stay true to the portability and use non-bulky means of protection? We are here to give you a few good examples on how you can stay protected without the bulky cost. Just got a new MacBook Air that's so thin and portable, it's the main reason why you got it in the first place? You can protect it with some great options including the MacBook Pro in any screen size. Jump past the break for some cool ways of staying protected without the unnecessary bulk at all time.Read More
Colors pop on MacBooks with glossy screens that's for sure but what about all that glossiness glare reflecting off that beautiful shiny glass screen of yours? What if you prefer the looks of the glossy screen or you just didn't want to spend some more of your cash on a matte screen and now you can't handle looking at your own face while trying to watch a movie. Well you can always get yourself an anti-reflection screen protector for that glossy screen of yours. Read more to find out if the Luxa2 AR screen protector for MacBooks is really worth the trouble.
The Rearth Verco silicone keyboard is made to universally fit the keyboards of Apple products like the MacBook, MaBook Pro, MacBook Air of all sizes plus the Apple Wireless and Wired keyboards. Traditionally you would need to buy a keyboard cover for your specific device and keyboard which isn't ideal. Rearth has done a terrific job at making the Verco fit any Apple keyboard. Read more to find out how the Verco performs.