Twelve South introduces the stylish Journal for MacBook and Journal CaddySack
Twelve South has expanded its Journal collection today to include cases sized to fit the newest MacBook models, as well as a new Journal CaddySack for carrying travel tech essentials like chargers, cables and dongles.
Previously limited to the just the iPhone lineup, Journal is now available to fit MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models in 13- and 15-inch sizes. The MacBook versions feature full-grain cognac leather for a premium look and feel and a soft micro-suede interior to protect the Mac within. Built-in elastic bands keep your MacBook in place and there's a hidden compartment for storing important documents that can be accessed with a pull-tab. You can use your Mac to its fullest without removing it from the case as it gives you easy access to the keyboard, trackpad, and ports.
Journal CaddySack employs the same design language and materials making for a more elegant way to carry your Mac accessories. With each new Mac Apple releases, the need for more peripherals and dongles seems to increase, so the need for a solution like CaddySack grows. Using a mixture of mesh pockets, elastic bands, and Velcro straps, the Journal CaddySack has room for a MacBook power adapter and charging cable, plus space for things like your AirPods, USB-C adapters, Lightning cables or flash drives.
Journal for MacBook costs $149.99 for the 13-inch size or $169.99 for the larger, 15-inch version. Both can be ordered directly from Twelve South. Journal CaddySack is $89.99 and is also available now.
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