Desktop PC was never designed to be portable (that’s why it is called a desktop PC), much less a pro rig like Mac Pro, but that was before the new radical shape Mac Pro arrives. The new generation Mac Pro is not only physically small for a pro system but it is also one with relatively small footprint which makes one think: What if I could lug it around with ease? If that thought has been on your mind, then the Mac Pro Go Case by Waterfield Designs is right up your very narrow alley.
Don’t get us wrong; we love the idea of a Mac Pro bag, but we are just not sure how many would be toting around an 11 lbs rig around. Anyway, as with all Waterfield Designs bag, this bag is cleverly thought out. Designed in cylindrical shape and generously padded to fit the Mac Pro snugly, the Mac Pro Go Case features an exterior rectangular pocket to fit your Apple wireless keyboard and on the inside, there is a disc-shaped pouch for stowing away wireless mouse, cables and stuff that you deem fit.
According to Waterfield Designs, with the Mac Pro slipped in and the disc-shaped pouch packed in, you will still have room for miscellaneous items. Made from ballistic nylon, the Mac Pro Go Case sports an integrated grab handle for grab-and-go carry, a padded shoulder strap, a secure Velcro closure for the main opening and a plastic plate reinforced base. There is also a pair of loops down at the bottom to aid you in removing the Mac Pro from its bunker.
Just grab one of the loop and pull the Mac Pro out from the top, and boom, your shiny black Mac Pro is out in a jiffy. Easy peasy. The Mac Pro Go Case By Waterfield Designs is available now for $129. At the time of this writing, the bag is indicated as ‘sold out’, but not to worry, if you order now, you can expect to receive your very own by May 28, 2014. Keeping going for a product introduction video to learn more.