updated 10:30 pm EST, Thu February 26, 2009
RadTech Mac cases
RadTech has launched three cases for Apple's new 17-inch Unibody MacBook Pro, the Sleevz, MacTruck, and NeoCase. Sleevz is a form-fitting laptop sleeve case which helps insulate the MacBook and protect it against scrapes and scratches. Made from RadTech's Optex fabric, the case is also designed to help repel liquid spills and debris. In addition, the Sleevz cases come in six different colors, grey, red, blue, green, purple, and black, and are TSA checkpoint friendly.
MacTrucks are hard cases made from aluminum alloy and designed to allow un-restricted use of a notebook while inside the case. Features of the MacTruck inlcude 5mm air channels to help with ventilation, a Kensington lock port to keep the laptop safely inside the case, and high-density internal cushioning for impact resistance. For improved stability, the case also comes with two full-width, hardened steel latch bars used to keep the case intact during hard crashes.
The NeoCase is a soft zip-up case made from neoprene and created to be water repellent. It comes with an added compartment to help hold devices such as power adapters or a mouse. Other features of the case provide users with two deployable nylon handles, and a velcro strap on the top to help keep the case firmly in place. On top of the new MacBook Pro cases, RadTech has also announced it will be taking pre-orders for its LCD display protector for the Mac, ScreenSavrz. Made from soft Optex fabric, the slim screen protector is designed to guard the screen from oils and dirt, while also cleaning and polishing.
All three cases are available now, can be ordered on the RadTech website, and come in various prices ranging from $25 to $30 for the Sleevz, $20 to $30 for NeoCase, and $15 for MacTruck. The ScreenSavrz will be released on March 11th and is priced at $17.