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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

MacBook Air - Speck "See Through" MBA Hard Cover


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Just wondering if anyone has purchased one of these for their MBA? I have a Rev B MBA and am considering one. Looking for thoughts on fit/finish, how well it clips on and how much bulk it adds. Thanks!
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Adds bulk and scratches, mine lasted a week and got rid of it
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Well that kinda stinks. Does it clamp on securely? I'm trying to find some armor that isn't a sleeve.

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I was thinking of getting such a case but was worried about dust finding its way in under the cover and even with the slightest movement between the case and the laptop this would prove to be abrasive. There is however the Zagg invisible shield which adds "some" protection. I have decided on a nice padded sleeve and then into a laptop case.
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I would recommend an Invisible Shield to anyone. To save some money, you can buy a "Best Skins Ever" which is essentially the same thing.

I've had one on each of the three MacBooks I've owned, as well as my iPhone and I will never buy any other kind of protective case for my electronics ever again.
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