Firstly let us get this out of the way. The Sketchcase is not a case for the MacBook. Rather, it is a piece of adhesive sheet that sticks and covers the top of it. In other words, it has more in common with the decorative decals or skins that some users put on their MacBooks to personalize or glam it up.
However, the Sketchcase can be a much more useful piece of accessory than a skin. Basically, it turns the top of your MacBook into a portable whiteboard. If you are the type of person that works best with presenting your ideas on a drawing surface, this can be the idea product for you. Also, with a blank canvas for you to work on, you can have a different and unique decal on your MacBook every single day.
It works just like any good quality whiteboard. This means that it works well with both dry-erase and wet-erase markers. If you accidentally used a permanent marker, that erases off as well.
More importantly, it wipes off cleanly and easily even after leaving it on for a couple of days. You don’t have to carry a bulky whiteboard eraser with you as you can simply use a piece of microfiber cloth.
If you have ever tried putting on a skin on any device, you might be worried about getting it applied correctly. On a large surface, this can be a nightmare. Fortunately, the Sketchcase decal has a patented technology that doesn’t really stick to the surface until you apply pressure. That means you can adjust the position until you are satisfied before pressing it down to fix its position.
For Apple die-hards, you will be happy to know that the Apple logo still shines through the decal although it can’t be seen when the logo is not lighted.
Sketchcase is available for most MacBook models including the Air and Pro series.