Twelve South Debuts New Rutledge BookBook Case for MacBook

Twelve South Debuts New Rutledge BookBook Case for MacBook

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Twelve South has unveiled its first MacBook case in almost 3 years, the Rutledge BookBook Case for Macbook.

To make the case, Twelve South developed an entirely new technique for finishing leather that involves applying multiple layers of color, and then carefully removing selected elements by hand to reveal a brilliant tapestry of hues and patterns. Like a fingerprint, the resulting tones and patterns are completely unique to the natural variations of the leather itself.

The Rutledge envelopes your MacBook between two hardback covers with reinforced corners and a rigid spine. Dual zippers make it easy to charge your MacBook while it's safely inside the padded interior.

“We wanted to create a case that had the extraordinary colors of a sunburst guitar, or the deep sepia tones of a vintage film strip. What we came up with is this amazing new finish that is modern, yet retro at the same time,” said Andrew Green, Creative Director of Twelve South. “If you’re looking for something very special and unique to protect your beautiful MacBook, you won’t find anything else quite like this.”

Notably, since the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display has a footprint 7% smaller than the 13-inch MacBook Air, Twelve South has created a size just for this model.

The new Rutledge BookBook is available now for $99.99 at the link below...

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Twelve South Debuts New Rutledge BookBook Case for MacBook

Twelve South Debuts New Rutledge BookBook Case for MacBook

Twelve South Debuts New Rutledge BookBook Case for MacBook

Twelve South Debuts New Rutledge BookBook Case for MacBook

Twelve South Debuts New Rutledge BookBook Case for MacBook
Curious 2 - March 13, 2014 at 10:48pm
Agreed with Curious 1. This does nothing for heat dissipation and will subsequently kill my MBP. Uncool
Curious Guy - March 13, 2014 at 9:18pm
What about heat? Running a couple of VMs and working on code puts a strain on my MBP. How does this cover do anything but trap heat?
Thabet Alsayari - March 13, 2014 at 8:03pm
Very nice looking.
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