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WaterField launches two cases for the new Mac mini

WaterField Designs has announced two new cases for transporting Apple’s 2108 Mac mini: a custom-fitted Mac mini SleeveCase ($59) and the Mac mini Travel Case ($179).

The mini SleeveCase combines a waxed canvas or ballistic nylon outer shell with a high-grade neoprene interior that absorbs shock even as it cradles the computer. A loop at one end lets users grip the Mac mini sleeve in order to easily remove the device. A grizzly, full-grain leather strip adorns the waxed canvas SleeveCase, and an animal-free black textile accents the ballistic computer sleeve.

The new Mac mini Travel Case in waxed canvas or ballistic nylon with premium, full-grain leather accents is a slim folio that holds everything but the monitor. The TSA-friendly case opens like a book to reveal four padded pockets — two on one side for the Mac mini and a mouse or trackPad and two on the facing side for the Apple Magic Keyboard and an HDMI or USB-C cable. 

A quick-access, pleated pocket on the bag’s face is lined with water-resistant lining designed to make items inside easy to spot. The pocket includes three internal mesh pockets to organize multiple cords and accessories and closes with a waterproof zipper. Two small D-rings attach to a removable shoulder strap, and dual handles offer a briefcase-style carry option for the Mac mini bag.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.