If you spend a ton of money – too much, in the eyes of someone – for the best Chromebook in the world, why not burn almost $ 100 more for a protective case to go with it? We are at the point where Pixelbook 2 rumors begin to appear, but it has not stopped Tech21 from making a $ 90 case for the first-generation model. The company says that Evo Adapt offers "a double-layer design and collision material" as "ensuring that Pixelbook is well covered."
These materials are TPU / plastic and microfiber (presumably inside to prevent scratches on Pixelbook). Tech21
Still, this looks like one of the better Pixelbook cases out there – and for $ 89.95 it was better to be. It remains on Pixelbook all the time, like Tech21's other snap-on cases for MacBooks. Incase also sells this kind of laptop protection, but for a little less money. And I have never considered Incase to be a discount mark, so … this is certainly expensive.
The case works both in Pixelbook's usual portable position and also when the keyboard is folded back to tablet mode. In that case, the way the case is folded, an angled position on the screen, is like this:
The Google Play's Pixelbook pen's page seems much safer and better than the free "pen loop" Google will give you to hold its $ 99 stylus . It should not be reversed with this case. The USB-C ports remain also fully available all the time.
I know I've hampered the ridiculous price of this thing, but you know what? It works better and more useful than the Google-made Pixelbook Sleeve, which costs an even more sensational $ 100.
Between Google who wants $ 100 for a microfiber case and Apple sells super-precious leather MacBook sleeves that will not make you easy charge the laptop computers they cover, are it me or are companies seriously lost the ball on these things?