Moshi Unveils Accessories for the New MacBook

Moshi Unveils Accessories for the New MacBook

Now that Apple has unveiled its new MacBooks, you're going to want to protect them. I've been a fan of Moshi when it comes to protecting my iPhone and iPad in style, and I'm looking forward to doing so with its MacBook accessory line. Moshi has announced a number of products that are compatible with these new Macs.

Related: Apple Overhauls MacBook Line Part 1: Any Port in a Storm

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First, the ClearGuard keyboard protector ($24.95) will be of interest, since the new MacBooks sports a touchscreen strip at the top of the keyboard. The engineering-grade thermoplastic urethane-based protector should help reduce the dirt and grime such a keyboard will otherwise attract. One of my favorite cases for my iPhone is Moshi's iGlaze case, so it's nice to see an iGlaze case for the MacBook ($59.95). It's stylish and protective at the same time, which is rare.

Moshi also sells a Macbook carrying case dubbed the Codex, which is TSA checkpoint-friendly as you can use the MacBook while it's still in the case, thanks to the clamshell design. It might be mistaken for leather, but the exterior is really a soft, weather-resistant vegan material.


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