Review: Speck PixelSleeve + SmartShell for MacBook Air

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Posted February 5, 2014 by in MacBook Air 11"

Rating

Protection
A-


Quality
A-


Pricing
B+


Functionality
A-


Total Score
A-

12/ 14

Summary

Website: SpeckProducts.com
 
Price: $35 & $50
 
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Pros:

SmartShell: Big protection with little bulk, variety of colors to choose from, non-permanent option that's easy to install
PixelSkin: Very slim design, available in a variety of colors, reasonable price point with decent protection
 

Cons:

SmartShell: $50 price point, somewhat difficult to remove, needs monthly cleaning
PixelSkin: Case is subject to some warping
 

I am back with an unboxing and review of some of my favorite laptop protection products from Speck! I have loved the Speck hardshell style cases since I purchased my first Mac back in 2006 (the 13inch Intel Macbook) and I will tell you that my original Speck SmartShell case is still alive and kicking. […]

by Alexis Giostra
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I am back with an unboxing and review of some of my favorite laptop protection products from Speck! I have loved the Speck hardshell style cases since I purchased my first Mac back in 2006 (the 13inch Intel Macbook) and I will tell you that my original Speck SmartShell case is still alive and kicking. If that isn’t a testament to their quality, I don’t know what is! So, Speck was kind enough to send me a unit to review before I made my own purchases that you will see in this video. Make sure you stay tuned to the end of the video because there is a Giveaway!

Enjoy! And as always, make sure to leave me a comment if you have any addition questions about the products mentioned in this video!


About the Author

Alexis Giostra

Alexis runs the website Strange & Charmed {www.strangecharmed.com} where she writes about technology and lifestyle from a woman’s point of view. She has been blogging consistently since 2008, after graduating from James Madison University with a double major in Art History and Political Science. She currently resides in Bucks County, PA with her husband, graphic designer Michael Cousineau.

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