Waterfield cases and bags for the newest MacBook Airs

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Have you ordered one of the newly announced MacBook Airs with upgraded CPUs, WiFi, and battery life?  You know that new gadgets require new cases and covers, and Waterfield wants you to know that they have just what you need to protect and carry your new Air.  They have a line of cases, sleeves, and bags that fit the 11″ or the 13″ MacBook Air.  They offer more than than shown here, but these images will give you a taste of their product line (click the image for a larger view).  At the top left is the Laptop Muzetto, with room for much more than just the Air.  It comes with a shoulder strap and offers options to customize the colors; it’s $219 for the 11″ Air and $239 for the 13″.  The sleek CitySlicker (top right) has room for a few accessories with the Air.  You can customize the colors and add a carrying handle and/or a shoulder strap.  Prices start at $129 for the 11″ and $139 for the 13″.  The Smart Case (bottom left) is a sleeve case.  It has a leather bottom and sides, and you can select the color of the water-resistant nylon exterior.  It’s $79 for the 11″ and $89 for the 13″.  The MacBook Air Wallet (bottom right) has a padded sleeve for the Air and pockets for everything from cables to a mouse and a SuperDrive.  You can select the color and choose to add a shoulder strap to this bag.  Prices start at $89 for the 11″ and $99 for the 13″.  Click here to see the complete line of Waterfield bags and cases for the MacBook Air.

Posted in: Bags, Cases, Covers, Laptops and Gear, News

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  • Mike Roselius June 12, 2013, 11:16 am

    Don’t mean to be a cynic but this is not a review – just merely an ad. Not what I’m used to seeing on this site. If you are getting affiliate money for each click – or Waterfield is just paying you for the ad space – you should disclose that.

    If you just love Waterfield bags, as many of us do, and want to take the opportunity to suggest them for someone’s new hardware, at least add some personal experience information – so it’s a true review and not just an ad.

    Please

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  • Julie June 12, 2013, 11:54 am

    @Mike if you’re used to this site, then you’ll know that this post is not a review at all… it’s a news post to let people know about these new offerings from Waterfield. Our reviews always have the word “review” in the title. :)

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