Simple, yet elegant case for your Ultrabook
Whether you have entry level tech or state of the art high-end gear, it is my opinion that it should be cared for. Ever since I was a child, I took care of my toys/things. This is a trend that I continue to this day. My family sometimes think that it may border on hoarding as I tend to keep the product packaging on some of the products. Do not get me wrong, I do not keep them all, just my game systems, phones, and computers/tech. You thus would not be surprised that I have protective cases on all of my devices. When I travel, my devices reside in bags and they tend to travel in protective cases.
I have received the EasyAcc Ultrabook sleeve & Case to review. The case is a slate gray coloration measuring 15 1/2″ X 10 1/2″ x 1/2″ thick. The case has an elastic band that holds the flap down. Lifting the flap upwards, you can see three pouches. The first is 7″x5″ and the second is 3 1/4″ X 5 1/2″. To the side of the larger front pouch is a small elastic pen loop. To give the pouches a size perspective, a standard size pen will fit upright into the pouches. The main pouch is 15″ from seam to seam and just a little over 10″ tall. This should fit a standard 15″ Ultrabook and MacBook.
This is listed as an Ultrabook Sleeve. However, the term Ultrabook has changed with time. The term was coined and trademarked in 2011 by Intel to relate to a group of thin and lightweight portable computers/laptops. Intel owns the name and thus gets to decide the definition of Ultrabook. Currently, the requirements included a size limitation: 14 inch screen or larger must be <0.83″ or less for non-touch and <0.9 if touchscreen, if <13.3″ then <0.71″. You can find Ultrabooks with screens up to 15.6″ currently. These larger Ultrabooks will not fit inside this case. There is no weight limitation. Ultrabooks must also run at least 5 hours on a charge, and often provide increased security/anti-theft technologies.
This Ultrabook sleeve is rough on the outside, yet has very smooth felt on the inside. The entire case weighs 6.8 ounces and should accommodate most laptops 14″ or less. Ultrabooks, with their ultra thin makeup, can likely accommodate just about at the 15″ margin. There is really no padding to this case, nor a carry or arm strap. It is a cloth protector, which should help to prevent scuffs and to add a thin layer of cushioning in a bigger bag. The case is well stitched and is quite elegant in the simplicity. If you are looking for a nice simple carry case, you should definitely consider this case. Even you do not have an Ultrabook or a MacBook, you can use this for your iPad/iPad Pro or other tablets. I would rate the case at 5/5 and is a great example of an Ultrabook sleeve.
BUY FROM AMAZON