New Macbook Spec vs Invisible Shield (BodyGuardz)

Discussion in 'MacBook' started by darshan, Dec 20, 2008.

  1. darshan macrumors member

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    hey guys i just got a new macbook

    wondering which protection item should i get

    trying to preserve the sxciness of the laptop along side want decent protection

    i also have a sleeve can use that while moving my macbookbetween classes and from home to school (uni)

    so do recommend something

    which one is best for its money
    does speck add too much bulk (does it make the slimness / sxciness go away?

    do comment... thanks
     
  2. BlackLight macrumors regular

    BlackLight

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    i ordered the sleevz and screensavrs from radtech and full body invisibleshield for my alu macbook can't wait to get them cause i need some serious protection fast...
     
  3. The Samurai macrumors 68000

    The Samurai

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    Wonders when Durex will start making 'protection' cases for the MB's :D

    :eek:
     
  4. darshan thread starter macrumors member

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  5. mac&cheesey macrumors 6502

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    Invisible Shield all the way on this one IMO.

    I have Invisible Shield on my wife's MBP and it is fantastic. No better choice out there.

    mac&cheesey
     
  6. MacLadybug macrumors 6502a

    MacLadybug

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    I just got my Speck Satin Hardshell case...

    Love it. Still sleek and slim. Easy to put on AND take off. Full range of motion on the display lid... it still tilts all the way back, not restricted at all. The Satin has a rubbery touch so it's not slippery and won't show scratches as easily as the shiny hard plastic one. Best part is that if I want, I can take it off! Less than 5 minute install. I got the Cranberry Red, very festive.
     
  7. crazyxzer0 macrumors 6502

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    i got the radtech sleeve and screen protector. The sleeve is really tight fit which makes it a little time consuming to put in the sleeve. I also have an incase sleeve which is much faster but the laptop is rather loose in it. If I am moving alot, i would definitely go with incase.

    I also have a kbcover keyboard skin which is thin and great :)
     
  8. tayedrumma macrumors newbie

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    i use the invisible shield on my new macbook. i put the radtech keyboard cover on when i close it and when i'm moving around i have an incase sleeve. Nothing better.
     

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