15" MacBook Pro Retina


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15" MacBook Pro Retina


Evolved protection for your 15" MacBook Pro Retina. Shock-absorbing Tensaerlite means maximum protection with minimal weight. And with easy access to all ports, you can charge your device while you protect it. Our Icon Sleeve is lightweight, durable and made to last.


sku CL60519

  • $69.95
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Features & Specs

  • Dimensions

    16" x 11" x .5"

  • Compatibility

    15" MacBook Pro Retina

  • Material

    Tensaerlite and Neoprene construction


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  • 5/5 stars

    By Miles

    Sell it the UK please!

    Looks nice. Now how the hell do I get it in the UK?

  • 5/5 stars

    By Kevin

    Great protection!

    I've loved this sleeve: it's giving my MacBook the sort of protection I was looking for.

  • 3/5 stars

    By Bob

    The Magnet Will Scare You

    This is a great looking case, that will hold your MacBook Pro securely and safely. The only problem is that if you plan on resting your mac on the case while you are using your mac, any contact between the magnet and the mac will prevent it from being usable. It will not turn on until you remove the mac from the magnet.

  • 4/5 stars

    By Bant

    I love the design of

    I love the design of the new MacBook. I think it has a lot to offer. As far as more pouerfwl than most PC's, well, that's tough to say. Technically the Core Duo is faster than most of the Intel chips that shipped up until a few months ago. The graphics subsystem, however, is not super fast. But it will drive the laptop display plus one external display.You might want to wait a few more months before purchasing a MacBook. It's still a very new laptop, and manufacturers always run in to a few hardware bugs when they release a new model into the field.I've included links to the ArsTechnica and Walt Mossberg / Wall St Journal MacBook reviews below.Good luck with whatever laptop you pick.

  • 3/5 stars

    By Michael


    I love the idea of this case, but the price is too high. Needs to drop at least $20.