Friday, January 18, 2008

Manila Envelope for your Macbook Air

Macbook Air is launched on Macworld Expo 2008. And I have watched the ad for Macbook air. Wow, that's incredible that notebook can fit in the manila envelope.

The surprise news for you is there is a "Manila Envelope" sleeve for your Macbook Air. It's called Airmail. It's designed by two person, one is a full time touring musician and the other one is freelance journalist.

The idea comes from the manila envelope that Steve Jobs takes out Macbook Air from. And this sleeve is really just like a standard issue manila envelope. They're lined with fleece and even feature a tie enclosure. If I only see the picture, I can't decide weather it is Airmail or it is a standard manila envelope.

What does this things made of?

The AirMail laptop sleeve is handmade out of durable upholstery-grade vinyl, and lined with fuzzy, soft fleece. All AirMail sleeves have the same dimensions as standard interoffice manila envelopes, which will serve to remind you -- and everyone around you -- that your new MacBook Air really is the thinnest laptop in the world! (Airmail)
I'm sure it will really fit in your Macbook air. And to beautify while protecting your Macbook Air, you only spend about $29.95 to pre-order and it shipped in two weeks when Macbook Air does

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