I recently had the pleasure of sharing a few days with an inveterate photographer who, in addition to having a great photography team, made me see that the best thing he could do was move into the world of the Mac and its possibilities. The first thing he told me it was the ease with which he does things and the speed he has been able to achieve in his workflows with photography and the Mac.
Specifically, a 13-inch MacBook Pro Retina has been bought with its 8 GB of RAM, 512 GB of solid disk and a processor that has nothing to envy of a great iMac Retina, above 3 GHZ. The fact is that the most that surprised me was the cover it had to protect it.
There are few times that I see acquaintances with a cover that is really worth it to protect the investment they have made in a laptop of more than 1300 euros. In his case, being all day from here to there he opted for an off-road cover allowing you to use your Macbook without removing it from it.
In addition, when you bought it, what you were looking for was extreme protection against possible bumps and scratches while being easy to clean and rigid. All these conditions were solved by a Thule brand cover. Specifically, the model you have purchased is the Gauntlet 3.0.
As you can see in the attached photos, the Thule Gauntlet 3.0 case has a rigid exterior that offers added protection for the MacBook Pro. As for its interior, it has a padding that protects the laptop from bumps and scratches . In addition, being rigid it can be used as a table stand and use the laptop without removing it from it.
In short, one more option if you are thinking of buying an extra protection cover for your new 13-inch MacBook Pro Retina. You can get it on the Apple website at a price of 49,95 euros with VAT In addition to existing models for the 11 and 13-inch MacBook Air.