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The MacBook Radiator Case ruggedizes your MacBook.
You might not think taking your expensive portable technology into rugged terrain, but there’s no reason to use the excuse that your MacBook or iPod are too delicate to take outside as to eschew the great outdoors—or an opportunity to exercise and breathe fresh air. With the proper gear, your tunes and your data can venture outside with you and go back inside no worse for the wear.
Civilian Lab MacBook Radiator Case. We baby our MacBooks. So the Radiator immediately made us nervous when it proclaimed to be able to make our ‘Book field-ready by suction-cupping itself to the laptop’s lid. Our trust was rewarded, as the Radiator quickly proved itself a durable case that offers a unique level of protection for outdoor and urban use.
Unlike other cases, the Radiator stays attached while the laptop is in use. The suction cups open the MacBook’s lid as you open the case; at the same time, the bottom of the machine raises up to allow access to the ports and provide air flow. (If you prefer to use the case as an urban tote, the suction cups can be deactivated).
For ultramobile use, the strap can attach as a sling around the wearer’s neck, creating a standing workstation. As such, it won’t win any awards for ergonomics—but it works.
Our main quibble is the Radiator’s designation as a case. It seems much more like a hard sleeve with a shoulder strap. So the Radiator’s main drawback is that of sleeves in general—it lacks extra space for the power adapter and accessories.It’s just the thing for computing in the field.