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четвер, 5 травня 2011 р.

MacBook Pro dropped from balcony in G-Form Extreme Sleeve

Last month we saw Tom Cafaro show off his G-Form iPad 2 cover with the aid of a bowling ball. No damage was done to the iPad even after the 12-pound bowling ball was dropped from a height of three feet. Well, Cafaro is back in another video with the MacBook Pro G-Form Extreme Sleeve for Laptops.

In the video below, we see Cafaro drop a shiny, new MacBook Pro from a considerable height. He doesn’t specify the exact height, but it’s from a deck high above the ground, that’s for sure. G-Form’s slogan, “Soft and Floppy, Extreme Protection,” makes us cringe a little, but it’s right on. The case is made out of a special material called PORON XRD, which lives inside the sleeve’s outer shell. The material is unique because it hardens upon impact. The foam shell absorbs the force somewhat, but the PORON XRD is what really protects the laptop.

Both the iPad video and the MacBook Pro video show Cafaro starting the Pixar short film “For the Birds,” and then inserting the iPad or laptop into the sleeve. Instead of seeing a bowling ball drop onto the MacBook, Cafaro drops the MacBook off a balcony, unzips the sleeve, opens the laptop, and voila, the 13-inch MacBook continues to play the adorable Pixar short as if nothing had happened. We would like to see the same test done with the MacBook landing on its edge rather than flat, though.

The case is designed for 11-inch, 13-inch, and 15-inch laptops. It’s available for pre-order now at $69.95 for the 11-inch model, and $79.95 for the 13- and 15-inch models.

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