If you were on a quest to design the perfect toilet seat, what would you base the design on? Likely something that is sleek, elegant and durable. Something like the MacBook Air, which is popular for its visual design and physical properties.
We’ve seen LEGO-compatible iPhone cases, so why not one for Apple’s laptops as well? The Brik Case is compatible with MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models released in 2013 or later. It works not just with LEGO but with Mega Bloks, PixelBlocks, KRE-O or K’NEX pieces as well.
ColorWare usually promotes its services with boldly colored samples, but this time they’re taking a more laid back approach. Perhaps too laid back. Its MacBook Air Retro is a maxed out 13″ MacBook Air with a color scheme and accents inspired by the classic Apple IIe and a price tag inspired by Upworthy’s headlines.
I don’t like using keyboard covers. The ones I’ve tried feel too squishy and don’t fit perfectly. But I get why people would want Befine’s upcoming line of keyboard covers. Made for the Macbook Air, Macbook Pro and the Apple wireless keyboard, the covers will localize keyboards for people who use other characters aside from the ones in the Latin alphabet.
The first version of the MacBook Air was prohibitively expensive, particularly because it was quite underpowered. The 2012 edition is much more practical, and with the release of the 11″ version, is more affordable as well.
As with most Apple offerings, the option to get increased storage space for new Mac notebooks are insanely expensive. Sure, external drives are cheap nowadays, but it would be more convenient if you didn’t have to carry another gadget around.
There’s always a place for a good-looking laptop sleeve, and the Booq Viper for MacBook Air definitely looks like a nice one. It comes with a some cool features to make it effective to use everyday, and will protect your ultra-thin laptop wherever you stash it.
I’ll admit that I really like the design and style of the MacBook Air. However, I’m personally not a MacOS user or willing to pay big money for a notebook. If you feel the same way, Vizio has new notebooks that look very much like the MacBook Air.
Protect your mobile device from theft by hiding it inside the 8-Bit Sleeve. You’ll fool people into thinking that you’re holding a two-dimensional object. On second thought, this could make your gadget stand out and make thieves want to steal it even more.
While you might love your new MacBook Air, if it’s your sole computer, you might find it lacking in ports. This is why this new Kickstarter project is so interesting, because it will deliver a handsome dock that will match your Air.
MirrorBook, MirrorBook, who is the fairest of them all? Well, if you want to know, just look into your mini mirrored MacBook Air. You want to look your best after all. Who better to tell you then your MacBook Air?
I’m somewhat anal about keeping my MacBook Pro clean and pristine, but that didn’t stop Mochrom from using his MacBook Air to prepare food. He basically uses his MacBook Air as a kitchen knife. What will the Japanese think of next?
If you’ve currently got an iPad 2 and want to try something different with it, then check out this keyboard and case combo from M.I.C. It looks pretty decent, and seems to match the iPad 2 case pretty well.
One of the main selling points of Apple’s MacBook Air will always be its incredibly small size and weight, so a complementary bulky charger that uses bulky, heavy batteries seems quite an absurd idea. But stranger, far less sensible things have existed, so I’m not that surprised by Bird Electron’s MacBook Air external battery, even though it uses eight C batteries.
The aluminum- cased Samsung Series 9 has been touted as a serious MacBook Air alternative. Weighing just 2.88 pounds, it’s virtually the same heft as the 13-inch MacBook Air, and at .64″ thick, it’s even slightly thinner.