The New Year was destined to be nasty, with most of the northern hemisphere seeing harsh temperatures and huge snowfall. It’s only natural to spend all of your spare time indoors, where you’re safe from Old Man Winter. Bundling up in the living room with your family, ignoring your New Year resolution to exercise, and throwing on Black Mirror is part of the perks of the season.
When you take a look around your living room, it’s hard not to notice the fact that everyone has a Mac. A Pro Retina 15 is left open on the coffee table, an Air 11 is shut on the floor, and an even older model hums loudly as it rests against your blanket-clad lap. For some, there’s nothing wrong with this picture, but for you, you’ve noticed the issue right away. Regardless of the various generations your family own, they all look like the same computer. Save for a few centimeters accounting for different thickness and screen size, they all have Apple’s signature minimalist style.
To some people, this isn’t a problem, but you know better. You only had to pick up your son’s Mac by accident and see what was on the screen once before you learnt your lesson. For one thing, everyone should get their own passwords. For another, everyone should get a customized MacBook decal or skin. The best decals MacBook families like yours can get come in a variety of different colors and textures. Each decal takes on the personality of its maker, so once applied, there’s no mistaking Johnny’s bright orange carbon fiber MacBook skin for your sophisticated black leather and bamboo decal.
Standing out from the rest of the family isn’t the only perk to come from the best MacBook skins. When you check out the designs from the creators at dbrand, you can expect your decal to protect your laptop from bumps and scrapes, hot chocolate spills, and greasy fingerprints from multitasking pizza eating with surfing. That’s because MacBook skins from dbrand.com are created from strong and durable 3M vinyl that can stand up to whatever your mid-winter hibernation habits can bring. It also happens to be incredibly easy to grip, so your Mac is less likely to slip from your fingers or your blanket.
For the time being, all of your plans will focus around your living room. With no intention to leave the house, you might as well invest in a simple decal that can protect and identify each of your Macs. It’s an easy way to avoid spying on someone else’s computer, and it’s a fun, neon pink carbon fiber pick-me-up in the dead of winter.