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Perfect Case for the Retina MacBook Pro,
This review is from: iPearl mCover Hard Shell Case with FREE keyboard cover for 15-inch Model A1398 MacBook Pro (with 15.4-inch Retina Display) - CLEAR (Personal Computers)
Perfect Case for the Retina MacBook Pro
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Initial post: Sep 12, 2012 4:54:55 PM PDT
A. Kwong says:
Thanks for the review. I just wanted to say that the slots at the bottom of the case are not merely for psychological reassurance. Most heat sinks are made out of aluminum because aluminum is great for dissipating heat. The macbook's aluminum enclosure is made to act as a large heat sink to cool down the inner components. Covering it with a blanket of plastic may very well then cause heating issues, hence all the concern from people.
Posted on Feb 16, 2013 12:25:09 PM PST
What do you think about the angle between the bottom and the lid? does the ipearl reduce this angle?
Posted on Mar 13, 2014 8:19:58 PM PDT
How about the process of uninstalling the case? There has been concerns on damaging the laptop during uninstall so will be great show the uninstall.
Posted on Oct 9, 2014 8:05:58 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Oct 9, 2014 8:29:00 PM PDT
Excellent review! Thank you for posting.
The clips you show on the front of the MacBook Pro that you mention may dig into your wrist when typing are no longer there on the version I received today. Instead, they are on the lower left and right corners placed out of the way of your wrist. Typing on the MacBook Pro with the case attached feels exactly the same as it did without it attached. Also, the raised dimples mentioned in the review are not on the version I received making it virtually invisible.
Posted on Feb 17, 2015 9:00:15 AM PST
peter john says:
You know why 4 bubbles on the top cover? Sometimes when you take out your laptop from bag place it upside down in any hard surface could cause scratch the case. that bubbles will avoid it.
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