Sunday, February 7, 2010

Hardback Cover Softens the Blow: MacBook Cover

I love objects that are really other objects, trompe l'oeil and all that. I just saw the perfect cover for the MacBook and MacBook Pro. I fear my MacAir won't fit. :-(

BookBook is a one-of-a-kind, hardback leather case designed exclusively for the MacBook and the MacBook Pro. Available in Black or Red, BookBook brings three levels of security to the MacBook. First, the hardback cover and spine provide solid protection. Second, the vintage book design disguises the MacBook for security. And third, it's so cool!! Perfect for us bookish folks.

All you need to do is slip your Mac inside the soft, padded interior, zip it closed, and your Mac is nestled between two tough, rigid leather hardback covers for a solid level of impact absorbing protection. The rigid spine serves as crush protection for an additional line of defense. And, no two are alike.

Each BookBook is hand crafted and distressed with dual zippers with leather pulls, that at first glance look like bookmarks. Along with its classic looks, BookBook was designed to use as a traditional sleeve or to work while connected via elastic corner clips. The dual zippers give the option to charge your MacBook while it stays inside BookBook. BookBook is the perfect disguise.

"One of the neatest features of BookBook is the stealthy security it delivers. Tucked inside BookBook, no one will ever see your MacBook, even when it’s right under their nose. Sitting on a coffee table, dorm room or desk, BookBook looks like a vintage piece of literature, not an expensive laptop. It’s a great disguise and a simple way to reduce the risk of your MacBook getting stolen."

Just a few thoughts. It's more of a large old notebook than an old mystery, since there doesn't seem to be a name on the spine? I need to do a bit more digging. In the meantime, check it out and let me know what you think.

To order this Bookish MacBook Cover, go HERE.

2 comments:

Mary Kennedy said...

Love this! You always find the most interesting things, Janet. Very clever, I am dying to check this out, thanks for posting this!

Marlyn said...

Makes me wish I had a MacBook. I wonder if my Toshiba laptop would fit?