Laptop Case

Pelican Announces 1075 Hardback Case for Tablets and Netbooks

Pelican Announces 1075 Hardback Case for Tablets and Netbooks

Tough as nails! You know it's not entirely often that we show off a case for a laptop or a tablet, mostly because they're so abnormally abundant. Last time we reviewed a case, it was the most excellent iFrogz iPad 2 Summit Case, yours truly's iPad still being sitting in that case right this minute. The iFrogz case is excellent for holding the device aloft, but what about hardcore protection? What if we want to be able to toss our iPad 2 down a flight of stairs? Well then, it may be time for you to check out the brand new Pelican 1075 HardBack case.

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U-Suit Premium protects your MacBook Air

U-Suit Premium protects your MacBook Air

A lot of people who own MacBooks tend to want to show them off. However, if you're finding you need to protect your precious MacBook Air from bumps and scratches, you might be interested in the U-Suit Case.

The U-Suit covers up your MacBook Air and keeps it protected. However, it looks remarkably like a Dell Inspiron, doesn't it? Kind of strange, don't you think? But hey, at least you can still see the Apple insignia poking through the clear part.

Make by Uniea, the U-Suit Premium is available in both red and black color options. It is resistant to scratches and can hold up against most impacts. You can get this case now for $69.95, which is quite expensive, but most computers are an investment, so this can just go toward securing it further for you.

[via Chip Chick]

Incase’s KRINK branded MacBook Sleeve

Incase’s KRINK branded MacBook Sleeve

If you're looking for a laptop sleeve that looks a bit different from the rest, this Krink Sleeve from Incase is one way to go. These are made specifically for those carrying around a MacBook (regular as well as Pro).

TSA X-ray laptop bags hitting shelves in 3-4 months

TSA X-ray laptop bags hitting shelves in 3-4 months

Being something of a geek, I actually quite enjoy checking out what notebooks people are unpacking when waiting to go through airport security.  However, I'd happily trade that for a quicker check-in, so hearing that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) are working with laptop bag manufacturers including Targus and Scooba Design to create X-ray friendly carry-cases is, in today's security-obsessed times, welcome news.  The new bags would exempt owners from needing to unsheathe their notebooks when going through airport screening, and would have be free of image obscuring padding, straps or electronics.

The My Document laptop case

The My Document laptop case

This quirky little laptop case features the old icon for My Documents. Although it is still in the stage of, please contact designer to snag one, it is still fun to look at.

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