Is this the Best Looking MacBook Air Case? The BookBook for MacBook Air

May 25, 2011 - 7 Comments

BookBook Case for MacBook Air

If you’ve been looking for a case for your MacBook Air, the newly released BookBook for MacBook Air may stop your search. The BookBook is lightweight, made of leather, fits snuggly on both the 13″ and 11″ MacBook Air models, and also provides a very unique anti-theft deterrent by making your fancy laptop look like a beautiful but boring old novel.

BookBook Case for MacBook Air

You can buy the BookBook Air case for MacBook Air directly from Apple for $79.95 with free shipping. I’m not sure if it’s available in stores yet, but ordering online is always easy.

If you don’t have a MacBook Air, don’t feel left out because the BookBook cases are also available for MacBook Pro and iPad, and they run about the same price.

Best Looking MacBook Air case is the BookBook

If the leather-bound BookBook is too gaudy for you but you still want a discrete case, check out the MacVelope case which resembles a manilla office envelope, it’s also for the MacBook Air.


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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Mac


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  1. Tony says:


  2. Oliver says:

    Felthouse Japan makes a really cute felt sleeve for the Macbook Air:

  3. Matt says:

    You should check Joli Originals sleeves. I’m still very happy with my 11″ MacBook Air sleeve, fits like a glove and the leather is high quality. It’s an elegant design and she has lots of colors.

  4. qka says:

    How your computer looks like an expensive old leather bound book.

  5. la says:

    HO thats expensive!!! but it would be worth it cuz who da hecks gonna steal some old looking book.

    maybe i can get them to send me one to review hahah.

  6. steven says:

    I have the one for the 15″ MBP looks amazing and the quality is very good. its sturdy nice looking leather.
    if you have or a classic design desk or chest it fist right into it.

  7. Parakeet says:

    A friend of mine has one of these for the MacBook Pro, they are very fancy. As long as you tuck the zippers into the corner of the binding it really does look like some dusty manuscript from the 1800’s and blends right into a bookshelf or table. I would probably buy one too if I felt like blowing $80 and I didn’t already have a sleeve.

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