Mac New Product – Pad and Quill Cartella Slim Case

Product announcement – Pad and Quill of Minneapolis, Minnesota, makers of luxury goods for tech & lifestyle, has just released the Cartella Slim Case for the 2016 Macbook Pro that puts the “book” back into Macbooks! When you hold it, it looks & feels like an actual book… because it is!

The Cartella Slim Macbook case envelops your laptop in an archival quality buckram linen cover, turning your Macbook into an actual hardbound book. This is the same material used on books in the Library of Congress. Made in the USA, Pad & Quill’s bookbindery is right around the corner in Minneapolis St. Paul and has been making books the old-fashioned way for decades. A true union of innovation & tradition, The Cartella Slim Macbook case captures the beauty of a book that you can feel in your hand while protecting your Macbook and leaving it completely unhindered in every way to do what it was meant to do.

A specially developed 3M residue-free adhesive technology takes only seconds to put on the MacBook Pro. Safe and secure, it will never come off and it will never let go, unless you want it to. This same material that holds thousands of iPhones and iPads in place safely and securely on other Pad & Quill products.

Our precisely designed multi-seamed bindery spine allows for the full range of motion that you would normally find in the MacBook Pro with loads more protection from scratches and drops. A moleskine-inspired elastic band seals the deal for a secure and visually stunning on-the-go look with superb protection. We like to think that the Cartella Slim is the world’s best and only old-world cloaking device for modern day MacBooks.

Available now for 2016 Macbook Pro 13″ and 2016 Macbook Pro 15″

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