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New hard cases from Incase keep your Apple products safe

There’s more than one company introducing fancy new Apple-related products. There’s Incase. The company has been making cases for electronics for more than a decade, but today marks their entry into hard cases for Apple products.

They have two new types of cases. Their hardshell case for the MacBook and MacBook Pro comes in four translucent, frosted soft-touch coated colors. No love for the MacBook Air for some reason. The cases have precise cutouts for all the ports you need, and has rubber feet to elevate the notebook to let air circulate and keep it cool. It will sell for $49.95 when it is available in February.

Also available at that time will be a slider case for the iPhone and iTouch. Internal rubber guard rails keep the devices safe and secure, and external cutouts make the device fully usable while still being protected. It will cost $34.95.

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