Kusuma Enterprises has released new cases for the iBook and Titanium PowerBook that come in three styles for each -- MacCase sleeve, binder and carrying case.
MacCase for iBook is black in color with a white band in the middle across the cases, while MacCase for PowerBook is the color of the computer itself. All of these new lines are fully padded on every side, made out of waterproof fabric and have a soft velvet interior, according to Cecilia Tanugraha of MacSase.
"They are all designed to well fit the iBook or the G4 PowerBook, taking away the unnecessary bulk," she said. "On the other hand, the choice among sleeve, binder and carrying case can serve your needs well depending on how much storage space you need. MacCase sleeves are to be used in conjunction with a carrying case, and they are zipperless, so they won't scratch your computer."
The binders can be carried in a briefcase or backpack, as well as used as standalone cases. The carrying cases have more storage for your power cord, zip drive, software and personal items, Tanugraha said. For more information or to order any of the MacCase products, go to the MacCase Web site.
This story, "MacCase Releases new iBook, PowerBook cases" was originally published by PCWorld.