The past winter I got my first MacBook Air (13″). I’ve constantly utilized Windows PCs and workstations in light of the fact that actually, I thought it was less difficult to use than Apple. Yet, since I was searching for another PC that was light and simple to convey to class, I chose to join Team Macbook. Initially, my father had gotten me a Speck case, yet subsequent to perusing the surveys I didn’t care for the case. I likewise didn’t discover it excessively engaging. I extremely needed a Zip case since I’m fixated on everything Zip, everything sweetheart.
When I at long last happened upon GMYLE Metallic Hard Case, I was to a great degree energized. It was the ideal shade of zipping and wasn’t excessively costly. I got the case in the Dark Gray and Brown Bag.
Here is how the case looks like, in actuality.
I should state, the case is exceptionally pleasant and does its activity.
As of late, I was requested to check out Gmyle Sleeve Felt Zip. I was optimistic to do as such with the fact that one, I wanted to check whether whatever remains of their items were extraordinary like the case and two, I was vigilant for a sleeve for included security. In the event that you would prefer not to peruse the entire audit, skip to the base and there will be a review of the upsides and downsides.
Delivery was quick; I got the thing inside 2–3 days. I’ve been trying it out before doing this audit. I got the sleeve in Charcoal Gray/Mud Brown. I don’t know whether the darker part is genuine calfskin or bonded leather, however, that doesn’t trouble me.
The sleeve is lightweight and has a decent amount of space. I am ready to accommodate my MacAir with the hard case on into the sleeve, and even after that, there is still additional room. This was my fundamental concern; I needed a sleeve that would fit the extent of the Macbook and the case. When I attempted the greater part of the sleeves at Apple, the Macbook with the case would either scarcely fit or not fit the sleeve by any stretch of the imagination.
There are likewise two little compartments in the front. I don’t generally utilize the compartments for anything; in any case, I tested to check whether my iPhone 5s would fit. It was just perfectly contoured, and I was really happy before even I closed the sleeve. I intend to buy a Magic Mouse from Apple, so I’ll refresh this survey to check whether the sleeve still closes with the mouse.
Other than the two compartments, there is additionally a flexible tie on the correct side for you to put a pen/pencil there.
The conclusion for the sleeve comes with a zip. It works perfectly fine when the MacBook is in the sleeve. However, when the sleeve is vacant, it’s truly difficult to get the catch to completely close.
There are just two things that I didn’t generally like about the sleeve. One is the issue with the catch. I wish the conclusion was to a greater extent an attractive or velcro conclusion. Two being the shade of the sleeve. Despite the fact that the appearance is as yet pleasant and advanced, I didn’t generally like the dark with the darker. I wish there were more alternatives for hues. In any case, that is only my own inclination.
By and large, I give the MacBook 13″ Sleeve Felt a 4.5/5.
Aces: Lightweight, advanced outline, ready to fit MacAir and case appended, additional compartments and tie, sensible cost.
Cons: Sometimes difficult to close catch, just offer in two distinct shades of dim with dark colored.