Top 5 MacBook and MacBook Pro Cases

There is no reason why you will want to keep your MacBook out in the open, for everyone to admire, but at what cost?

Apple’s device is simply gorgeous, to say the least, which is why it needs to be protected at all times. If you do not look after it, your MacBook Pro will begin to show signs of wear and tear. If you want to ensure that your Apple device looks as though it were brand new, here are the top MacBook Pro sleeves, cases and covers for you to consider.

Classic Leather Sleeve by Picasso Lab (Price: $69.00)

Picasso Lab has outdone itself with its Classic Leather Sleeve for the MacBook Pro, which is handcrafted using Napa leather. What is interesting is that the sleeve is available for different MacBook models, and they fit rather well.

The sleeve ensures your device stays secure, even though it may loosen up and ages over time. Not only is the sleeve comfortable to hold on to, but the light-texture proves to be durable at the same time.

The interior leather extends an inch forming a durable hip, which gives way to soft leather. The best thing about this creation by Picasso Lab is that it has no logos, but it can be engraved with your name or initials, whichever you prefer.

When it comes to the types of sleeves available, you can choose between tan or black varieties. The Classic Leather Sleeve has a luxurious look that is worth every penny.

Impact Snap Case by Tech21 (Price: $89.99)

It is important to note that Tech21 takes great care when it comes to its products, which are rigorously tested. The manufacturer is renowned and comes highly recommended, which should explain why the Impact Snap Case is on this list.

The case will protect your MacBook Pro against scrapes, bumps and drops. The shell-based casing snaps on easily, securing your Apple device. It features cut-outs for your device’s ports, and is easy to open and close.

With its durable rubber, you can expect it to protect your device and stay put, preventing it from sliding on different surfaces due to its rubber feet. The texture sections offer extra grip, and the translucent components allow the Apple logo to shine in all its glory.

Cartella Linen Case by Ped & Quill (Price: $99.95)

If you are one of those people that would disguise their MacBook Pro as a real book, then the Cartella Linen case by Ped & Quill is exactly what you have been looking for all along.

The case is designed to look like an old journal, where your MacBook Pro will sit in a wooden cradle with its distinct cut-outs for ports. The cover can be folded for a comfortable typing experience, all the while being practical.

The cover has a slim pocket within, where papers can be stored. If you do decide to buy one of these babies, you have three different colors to choose from. Rest assured, it will be a worthy investment, especially since each case is handmade in Minnesota.

Muse by Moshi (Price: $49.95)

Moshi has done the unthinkable, and has managed to replace the previous Velcro and eschews zippers for something more practical, referred to as ‘SlipGrip’.

What sets this sleeve apart from the rest of the crowd is the fact that no matter how you hold it, your MacBook Pro will stay in one place.

While inspecting the Muse from the inside, you will realize that the lining consists of soft microfiber. What this does is that it cushions your Apple device and gets rid of smudges as well.

The Muse is close fitting, but there is enough room for your MacBook Pro to slip in there easily. Moreover, the sleeve has a pocket in front, which is just as big as the main one. This can prove to be very useful as storage for MacBook Pro cables and accessories.

The sleeve looks rather stylish with graphite black or Sahara beige finishing for you to choose from. The flaps for both cases provide a color contrast, making it the perfect choice for those that need to stow away their MacBook Pro quickly while looking good in the process.

MacBook Sleeve by Inateck (Price: $13.99)

If you are not willing to spend too much for a MacBook Pro sleeve, Inateck’s MacBook sleeve will meet and exceed your expectations in this regard.

The sleeve is not extraordinary in any way, but what it does have to offer is worth the money. The sleeve is simple and soft. It has a flannel lining with a Velcro closure to ensure it is not too snug and closes without being a chore. When you open the flap you will come across another large pocket, where you can store an iPad or even a book. On the back, there are two smaller pockets, for your iPhone and other accessories, but without a closure.

The aforementioned sleeves, cases and covers will definitely keep your MacBook Pro safe all the while making you look suave at the same time. The types of cases, sleeves and covers are plentiful, but you must be able to determine which will best suit your needs and requirements.

To be able to make an informed decision, it would be wise to consider factors like your workplace, educational institution or kids, if you have any. The process can be made simpler if you have a budget in mind. This way you will be able to come to a thorough conclusion, without any regrets later on.


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Anas Dilshad is a Digital Marketing Expert and works with MacAppers. I love to share everything related to Mac. Feel free to ask any query about Mac at my Twitter Profile @anasdilshad1


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