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    Mickyfin's Avatar
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    Talking A few photos of my fitted new Moshi MacBook Pro Keyboard cover
    Received my new Moshi keyboard cover this morning, and I have to say, Im impressed, and temperature-wise, I have not noticed any increases as of yet.

    Its fits almost 100% of the keyboard, with just the function keys being a little ill-fitting, but once fitted, it does not come off, or away from its fitting as easily as I imagined.

    Here's a few photos of it fitted. Its washable too, which is a bonus.






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    I like it! Was it expensive? Can you notice any difference when you are typing? Ive been toying with the idea of getting one myself. In other words, is it worth getting?

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    Mickyfin's Avatar
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    It cost me £20GBP delivered from a seller on eBay. Its worth investing in for sure, and yes, you know its there whilst typing, but for me, in a positive way, the keys are no longer slippy.

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    15" MBP,2.53 GHz,4gb RAM....32 GB Ipod Touch 3G.....5th gen Ipod video 30 gb..
    interesting!!! i might look for a few more reviews before ordering it! thanks

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    Very nice!!!

    Covers for the silver-key MBP's arent as nice, since the keys are so close together. But i wonder if they make one for the new wireless keyboards??

    EDIT: Found these; iSkin ProTouch for Apple Aluminum Keyboard

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    I bought an iSkin cover for my iPhone and was soooooooo not impressed. Their stiff looks great in pics but really fits like poo. I do not recommend their stuff at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by nospeed411 View Post
    I bought an iSkin cover for my iPhone and was soooooooo not impressed. Their stiff looks great in pics but really fits like poo. I do not recommend their stuff at all
    I kinda think the keyboard skins might be a different class though. But i'll take your advice on there iPhone skins. I just got an Otterbox defender, its bulky but keeps the phone very well protected.

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    the moshi cover is awesome. might have to grab one. great find.

    edit.

    http://www.moshimonde.com/products.asp
    they have a few really nice products

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    Mid-2012 MBP (16GB, 1TB HD), Monoprice 24-inch second monitor, iPhone 5s 32GB, iPad Air 2 64GB
    Slick.

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    That looks great! I wish they'd make one just for the home row keys and the space bar. lol On second thought, couldn't you just cut it? I mean, I really don't use the function keys all too often. I just hate that shiny look you get on the home row keys from all the oil from your fingers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickyfin View Post
    ...the keys are no longer slippy.
    That is interesting to hear. The slippery keys are the biggest annoyance of the new MBP keyboards. I might try this product one day.

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    Back to my old 2.2GHz C2D MB after selling my MBP and wondering what my next Mac will be :)
    After half an hour cleaning my Mackbook again today, it'd be nice if I could find one for this model (late 07 santa rosa) :/

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    I put the Moshi on my wishlist. I have cat with long fur and oh well, it gets on and around the keys. Plus dust. My only concern is I work with my MBP tilted and worried it might slip off the keys since there is no adhesive.
    Twitter - simplyiphonenow

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    Mickyfin's Avatar
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    I also have my MBP on a tilt using the Xtreme stand, and its fine, the keys actually hold it in place.

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    I think it's pretty classy how the Moshi logo on the spacebar looks just like the silkscreening on the rest of the keys!

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