Excellent MacBook Pro Case For The Ultimate Bookworm

July 21, 2012 3:00 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The iPad and iPhone cases are starting to take over pretty much the entire case market, and quite frankly, it’s becoming a little boring. We don’t see much ingenuity in this field, and even though I did a post about the Stun Gun iPhone Case a couple of days ago, there is still a huge gap between regular cases and something that is actually useful. Usually they are just shells to add to your iPhone in order to protect its edges from bumps and scratches. It is a big task to find any new technologically infused cases that might have a real value to anyone carrying an iPhone, but sometimes it’s rewarding to do it anyway.

There is a piece of this puzzle that we haven’t looked into very much here at Bit Rebels, and that is whether or not there are cases for your MacBook Pro. The answer is yes, there are cases for those as well. There is a new case out there called the BookBook Case for the MacBook Pro that could possibly appeal to all of you bookworms out there. It has a very stylized education feel to it since it’s made to look exactly like the traditionally classic book. If you have a few of the older encyclopedias at home, you know what I am talking about. It’s a large book with quite an old exterior that has become an artsy way of pimping your bookshelf rather than actually functioning as a tome where you’d look things up.

The case, which closes using a zipper, is not too expensive either with it’s $79.99 price tag. It’s the perfect thing to carry with you to your classes if you want to maintain that bookworm appearance and possibly impress your teacher in hopes of getting better grades. It is made available through Amazon, and if I am not mistaken, it comes in two different covers, one has a red spine and the other has a brown spine. So, if you want to hide the fact that you are a computer genius, this is the perfect way to do it. Just make sure you don’t accidentally return this book to the library. It would probably give you a headache if you tried to find it once it is dropped off. Wait, are there even any libraries around anymore? Hmm…





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