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Saturday, September 13, 2014

CoverTop Universal 15.6-Inch Laptop Shock Protection 100% Pure Silicone Cover (LCBLACK156)




This looks like a decent product.  It is pretty heavy duty.  In spite of claiming universal fit, it did not fit my Acer laptop. It fit my Toshiba laptop but there was enough tension on the cover that it didn't close properly.  I surmise that if you put it on and then weighted down the laptop with a couple of books, it might stretch but due to it being silicone, I doubt it.  The bottom is covered with a bunch of knobbies that would give you some air flow on a hard surface.   It feels like it would provide a modicum or protection.  It comes in a variety of colors.   I see this product being more appealing to the younger set who tends not to use traditional computer cases.  My laptop is not carried around and when it is carried it is in a traditional case with plenty of padding, carry strap and pockets for accessories.   The kids just top their laptops into their backpacks and in that scenario, this cover would be of good use.   Fit could be an issue regardless of universal fit claims. 

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