San Francisco, California – WaterField Designs, an innovative maker of custom laptop sleeves, and designer bags and cases for digital gear, today is thrilled to introduce the Mac Pro Go Case for protecting the powerful computer in transit. The rugged case holds just about everything – the Mac Pro and Apple wireless keyboard plus computer accessories: a mouse, cables and power cord. The Mac Pro case is ideal for video editors, traveling gamers, big power users and game developers – just in time for the Apple World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC14).
Enveloped in sturdy ballistic nylon, the Mac Pro Case cradles the computer with internal padding and a plush liner. A tough, plastic plate protects the bottom of the Mac Pro. A removable softly-lined pocket for accessories fits atop the computer inside the bag. An Apple wireless keyboard slides into a front, scratch-free pocket. Carrying options include a nylon grab handle and a removable suspension shoulder strap. Two loops at the bottom of the case allow Mac Pro users to remove the computer easily and carefully from its bunker.
“The Mac Pro Go Case allows power-hungry users to bring Mac Pro capability with them on the road,” shared Gary Waterfield, company founder. “With this sturdy case they can carry just about everything they need with confidence.”
Pricing and Availability:
The Mac Pro Go Case is available now exclusively from WaterField Designs online for $129 (USD). Color: Black.
WaterField Designs manufactures custom-fitted, high-quality cases and bags for a full-range of laptop computers, tablets, smartphones, gaming devices, and other digital gear. All products are manufactured to exacting standards entirely in San Francisco. WaterField Designs SFBags and Mac Pro Go Case are trademarks of WaterField Designs. Other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners. Copyright (C) 2014 WaterField Designs. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac Pro are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.