Fine design, fine materials
This week’s roundup brings you MacBook sleeves and carrying cases designed by Michael Kors and made from fine Italian leather. We’ve spared no expense to bring you the finest Mac accessories!
The $220 Flow Pockets / Natural is a MacBook sleeve made of South African Merlino wool and Norwegian vegetable-tanned leather—it features a main pocket for the computer, plus a couple of outside pockets for your iPhone, documents, and other necessaries.
The $40 Easel does it all: It’s ergonomically correct and it keeps your laptop cool. And your MacBook never slips and slides on this stand: super-strong magnets are embedded inside to help lock your laptop into place. Best of all? It’s light—just 5.5 ounces.
The $100 Michael Kors Sleeve for MacBook Pro brings you high-end design to accompany the highest-end Apple laptop. It’s a slim lambskin leather case with detachable shoulder strap; it features padded construction for added protection.
The $55 Wireless Aluminum Keypad is designed to be used “with popular apps, such as Pro Tools, Logic, and Final Cut Pro to be more efficient by taking advantage of shortcuts that are not as easily accessible when using the Apple wireless keyboard alone.”
Satechi’s $45 F3 Smart Monitor Stand features four USB 3.0 ports, as well as headphone and microphone extension ports. The makers say: “The F3 Smart Monitor Stand simplifies and organizes your desk, while maintaining a clean, functional style.”
The MacBook Sleeve Backpack is handmade of leather, and it’s just beautiful. The main sleeve fits a 15-inch laptop; the front sleeve is big enough to fit an iPad mini and assorted other objects.
The $60 BookArc for Mac Pro is a chrome metal stand for Mac Pro, holding the tubular computer horizontally and reducing its operating height requirement. Soft silicone-lined inserts cushion the computer, and padded feet protect the desktop surface beneath the stand. It even comes with a polishing cloth!
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