How do you protect your macbook pro?

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by wire, Jul 30, 2009.

  1. milyonaryo

    milyonaryo New Member

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    whats a good laptop sleeve? ok na ba yung "HALO" na brand?
     
  2. cHad

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    I use a matter rubber type hard case that i ordered from aliexpress. It costs 1/3rd the price of the more popular brands on the market now.
     
  3. theawesoemaidz

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    I use Speck SeeThru (Black) from DW. Definitely worth the price and better than the Promate case I previously used. Haven't taken off the Speck case yet so I'll see it for myself If there is dirt getting in.
    Easy Style Keyboard Protector, also from DW

    Haven't tried purchasing a Screen Protector yet. Is it safe? Where to Buy?
     
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    A well-padded computer bag.
     
  5. milyonaryo

    milyonaryo New Member

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    Any idea where can I score these? or any good alternatives.. Mukha kasing mamahalin.
     
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    mafioso Well-Known Member

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    Well you're a milyonaryo so that wouldnt be a problem :p
     
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    milyonaryo New Member

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    Alias lang po bro mafioso. hehe.
    Still looking for a good alternative. Anyone?
     
  8. Philmuger

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    For me, the best case to protect my macbook pro is still the powersupport smoked shell. It's the thinnest, most lightweight and sturdy. Been using the same thing for my 3 macbooks.
     
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    Got mine from Power Mac Center - Ayala Cebu. As far as I can remember, It costs 800
     
  10. milyonaryo

    milyonaryo New Member

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    Copy on that bro.Thanks a lot.
     
  11. ryomunken

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    I like my MBP naked. I just use a laptop bag-case logic, when bringing my MBP outside
     
  12. Qin Zhi

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    A friendly reminder to those using new MBPs: avoid using palm guards or keyboard covers. Apple had published a notice that such can damage the display when you close it:

    Do not use palm rest or keycap covers on a MacBook Pro with Retina display
    Leaving any material on the top case (keyboard and palm rest area) could result in damage to the display when you close it. This includes palm rest or keyboard covers, as well as any adhesive-backed keycap additions.

    To enable the thin design of MacBook Pro with Retina display computers, the clearance between the display and the top case is engineered to tight tolerances. Do not use palm rest covers or keycap covers, as the additional thickness may interfere with the designed closed position of the display.

    Of course, if you really need to use a keyboard cover, just make sure you remove it when you close your MBP.
     
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