You can see the glowing logo through the satin case. I dont have on myself, but the 14 year old Doogie Howser of an IT intern that I manage has one.there is no viewing port for the OMGWTFBBQ Apple logo. how can these even be considered awesome :scratch: /fanboi
Those look pretty sweet if I had the scratch for a mac these would be getting my money as well :agreed:
Everywhere there is ventilation on the MBP, there is ventilation on the case. If anything, this would aid ventilation because it gets the vent holes on the MBP further off of the surface, letting more air in.It's a snap-on coloured plastic exo-case. I'd have the same concern that Josh has over proper ventilation and convective cooling.
Is the air vent on the bottom actually fully exposed? These have some pretty heavy-duty graphics hardware in them, and reviews are conflicted about whether or not there's enough airflow.
Our CFO has had one on his MBP for a year now, no problems. He runs iStat, and says his MBP doesn't get hot at all.It's a snap-on coloured plastic exo-case. I'd have the same concern that Josh has over proper ventilation and convective cooling.
You buy a case for a Mac because you want to preserve it's fucking beauty, fucker! What do you think this is, a Dell? :fawk: :rofl:You actually buy cases for laptops? Why? When's the last time you dropped one or managed to scratch one? You're just going to get another one in 6 months anyways :lol:
I've found it depends heavily on the generation, even with Core 2 Duos. My unibody MBP's (one a 15", the other a 13") run significantly cooler than a co-worker's pre-unibody 15" MBP from early 2008. Like by as much as 15-20 degrees under load.Well, my Core2Duo MBP gets hot all by itself. Just sitting there.
And yes, i carry my laptop in a padded sleeve in my leather bag. It went back and forth to work with me every day for 2+ years and gets toted around the house and out to meetings.
And i generally only upgrade every 3 years or so.
In fact my 13" unibody, which is a year newer, runs 10 degrees cooler than my 15" unibody, even with the graphics running on the integrated 9400m instead of the 9600m dedicated. Quite interesting what Intel is able to do over time. Unless Apple somehow made the airflow better. I doubt that though, since the body shapes barely changed, if at all.Yeah, mine's pre-unibody, from spring of 2007. My wife's 13" unibody barely breaks a sweat.