The Best MacBook Pro Case Now Available from Gumdrop CasesApril 18, 2017
Walnut Creek, California – Gumdrop Cases announced today the new 13-inch MacBook Pro case is available online. Like all portable laptops, it’s easy to drop or ding the MacBook while carrying it around the office or house. Any visible damage can void the warranty, since Apple does not cover accidental damage. The new DropTech case from Gumdrop Cases is the best way to prevent damage from everyday accidents and mishaps.
The DropTech MacBook Pro 13 case not only protects from scratches and splashes, but also from disastrous, damaging drops. It’s Gumdrop’s most rugged case design yet! The DropTech’s unique design strategically employs a combination of rugged and high impact materials that have no problem protecting the edges and corners of the MacBook from normal use and repeated abuse.
The bumpers in each corner are made from 10mm of silicone to maximize protection without being overly bulky. Beneath the protective bumpers is a transparent Polycarbonate inner top shell. The shell is tough, and lightweight, allowing for lasting protection from general wear-and-tear. Plus, it’s easy to clean and can show off the iconic Apple logo, asset tags, school logos, or anything else you need to add to your MacBook Pro!
Installation is a snap! No tools, no sweat. Just slip it into the case, and give it a simple snap and click! It will stay on when you open and close your MacBook Pro, allow access to all ports, and provide proper ventilation so your MacBook doesn’t overheat!
Why are cases so important?
Case protection is incredibly important for keeping a MacBook Pro within warranty, and saves customers from spending a considerable amount of money on repair (or even full replacement cost!).
You can settle for a hard shell case, or a sleeve of some kind, but those may only help protect from scratches and splashes. Zippered sleeves can get left behind. Clip-on shells pop-off at the first hint of trouble and don’t always offer adequate protection. Any decent drop can crack the screen or casing, or damage the insides (including the battery) – even with your MacBook covered in a hard shell or sleeve!
FYI: Apple’s warranty DOES NOT cover damage caused by accidents! If they see any damage on the outside, it will most likely void your warranty and you will have to pay for repair or full replacement.
In fact, just a single 1-foot drop can dent the casing, so it’s better to protect your MacBook as soon as possible to keep it looking great and free from damage.
Never dropped, or banged up a laptop? You don’t have to be a klutz or walking disaster to worry about your computer hitting the ground or getting scratched up from regular use. You could simply be:
* Someone who uses their MacBook in the field and need something to protect it
* A student who carries their MacBook between home and class
* A commuter who knocks out some work with a MacBook on their lap
* An employee carrying their MacBook around the office and into meetings
* A teacher who stores MacBooks in a cart
* Someone who slips their MacBook into a briefcase or bag often
Whatever the situation, if you’re a mobile, on-the-go Mac user you should protect your new MacBook Pro with a DropTech case! And, if you are a bit of a klutz, then you shouldn’t need any further convincing to protect a computer that cost you over $1000.
The DropTech case for the new MacBook Pro is now available in a Black/Smoke color combination for only $69.95 (USD) and fits MacBook Pro 13″ models A1706, A1707 and A1708. For more information, please contact Tim Hickman.
Gumdrop Cases provides ruggedized cases for tablets, Chromebooks, phones, MacBooks and more. Designed with durable protection that can withstand repeated 6-foot falls, Gumdrop’s cases are rapidly becoming one of the leading solutions to keep your tech safe from damage at home, school and work. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2017 Gumdrop Cases. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, MacBook, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.