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GelaSkins: Protect Your Macs With Art

by Juan on December 28th, 2007

GelaSkins are thin protective covers for your Mac laptops, iPods, iPhones, etc. I’ve heard about them before but saw them again on Dave Cross’ blog.

I’ve been wary of actually using protective cases for my MacBook Pro, except for sleeves and bags but to put something that will be more or less on it for the duration of it’s life is something that I wasn’t sure I’d like to do. The main reason being that it actually destroys the aesthetics of the MacBook Pro. I like the design very much and as much as possible to not want to add to it.

However GelaSkins caught my eye. It’s not as obtrusive as other cases and has the element of art. So if you want your Mac to stand out this is a good way of doing so. One of the problems I see with this is that it will protect against scratches but nothing more drastic than that. Then again, that’s where the sleeve and padded bag come in.

I love the designs of GelaSkins, they’re very artsy. It’s a good way of being unique. If you’re tired with it, you can simply peel it off and they say it won’t leave any residue.

Check out GelaSkins on their web site. They also have a blog here.

POSTED IN: Accessories, Juan's Posts, MacBook, Macbook Pro, iPod, iPod Classic, iPod Nano, iPod Touch

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