Don't-Miss MacBook Stories

Osprey Flare

If you’re looking for a light, featured-rich pack that you can take to work and then unload and take to the woods, the Osprey Flare is a great option.

Moderate Embarrassment laptop messenger bag

Crumpler's Moderate Embarrassment is a fun and protective messenger-style laptop bag.

Fossil Lizette Messenger

Fossil’s Lizette Messenger is a nice hybrid between fashion-forward and real-world-useful, offering a surprising amount of space for your gadgets without awkwardly bulking up your bag. Unfortunately, the Lizette's strap leaves something to be desired for long commutes.

Watts 1.1.1

Watts is a nifty utility that provides detailed information about your MacBook's battery, improves on Apple's menu-bar battery item, and reminds you to calibrate (and walks you through the process of calibrating) your battery.

MacBook/2.4GHz (Mid 2010)

With its faster processor, improved graphics and longer battery life, the MacBook makes an attractive option for budget conscious laptop shoppers. Performance-wise, the MacBook isn’t different from the 13-inch 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo MacBook Pro.

Apple 17-inch MacBook Pro/2.53GHz (Core i5, Spring 2010)

The new 17-inch MacBook Pro offers better performance, a little more battery life, and costs $200 less than the system it replaces. If you're in the market for a laptop with a larger screen, Apple has definitely improved upon past offerings with this configuration.

Apple 15-inch MacBook Pro (Spring 2010)

The new 15-inch MacBook Pros leave little to complain about. offering better application performance, better battery life and very similar pricing.

Apple 13-inch MacBook Pro (Spring 2010)

While Apple's new 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pro laptops feature new Core i5 and i7 processors, improved dual graphics, and increased battery life, the 13-inch MacBook Pros remain remain the most similar to the previous generation. The least expensive models of the Pro line are mostly about improved graphics and battery life, and they aren’t all that different from last year's 13-inch models.

Mobilis Skin

The Skin cover isn't the most protective or attractive of laptop bags on the market, but it does feel solid despite the light and compact design.

Knomo Lincoln

Sleek and stylish, the Lincoln is a practical laptop bag for everyday use.

Be.ez LE Rush

Available for 13-inch and 15-inch laptops, and a choice of three subtle yet stylish colors (Lagoon Dream, Black Coffee and Lime Park), Be.ez's LE Rush is a great choice for MacBook owners.

STM Sonic

Laptop bag that looks like is escaped from the 1970s.

Knomo Slim

While designed for women, the Slim laptop sleeve could be used by any metrosexual man who wants to travel in style.