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Hey, I should be taking delivery of a 15" MBP today and have been thinking of getting a cover/case for it. I don't want a hard shell one, and I'm sure I saw a rubber-like, sort of glove like one on a site a year or so back but cant find it anywhere, any suggestions?

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Your local Apple store should stock "InCase" and several others. I believe "InCase" may be the rubber like case that you saw. I purchased one for my MacBook and have been using it for over a year now.

Link to InCase web page and on line store.

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