Waterfield Designs Mac Pro Go Case
When it comes to Apple accessories, there are always bound to be multiple options in any given category, no matter how niche it may be. Take Mac Pro carriers. Right after we featured The Flight Case Company’s Mac Pro Reinforced Padded Case, Waterfield Designs jumped into the space by introducing its Mac Pro Go Case ($129). Coming in at a lower price, it offers enough space to carry not only the tower, but also a multitude of accessories. The only thing it can’t hold is a display.
Like many of Waterfield’s products, Mac Pro Go Case is made of padded ballistic nylon. The computer slides into the top, and there’s an additional pocket that’s large enough to hold an Apple Wireless Keyboard. A separate pouch is also included for other accessories such as cords, hard drives, and mice. The bag has a built-in shoulder strap for easy carrying.
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