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

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What material is better- Anti-Shock Polyurethane or General Neoprene?

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I think there both fine i own a marware case which is neoprene and I like alot keeps my mac very protected but i bet the Anti-Shock Polyurethane would work jsut as well major difference would be price of the other
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Both are fine... heck, a plastic bag would do fine, just don't drop it.
NO case will really help in that instance... unless you get some super-duper, high-end, steel case or something of that sort.

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look up zero shock cases. i had one for my sell. I actually dropped it and it works great. cuz the sidings are made of a super strong metal frame. you can knock someone out with it. xD
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