Waterfield Designs Debuts 'Mac Pro Go Case' for Transporting 2013 Mac Pro

Tuesday May 20, 2014 12:12 PM PDT by Juli Clover
Waterfield Designs today introduced its new Mac Pro Go Case, a bag designed to transport the 2013 Mac Pro and necessary accessories. Created from padded ballistic nylon, the case is designed to fit snugly around Apple's newest desktop computer.

The case cushions the Mac Pro with both internal padding and a plush liner, and there's a heavy duty plastic plate to protect the bottom of the computer. An accessories pocket able to hold add-ons like a mouse, cables, and power cord fits on top of the bag and a side pocket has room for an Apple wireless keyboard.

Mac Pro Case by WaterField Designs
Just in time for the Apple World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC14), WaterField Designs introduces the Mac Pro Go Case to keep the Apple powerhouse Mac Pro and accessories safe in transit. Perfect for travelling gamers, developers, video editors and any others who take their systems with them, the rugged case holds just about everything--the Mac Pro and Apple wireless keyboard plus computer accessories: a mouse, cables and power cord.
At 7.5 inches in diameter and 12 to 14-inches tall, the Mac Pro Go Case can be carried using a nylon grab handle or a removable suspension shoulder strap.


The Mac Pro Go Case, which comes in black to match the Mac Pro, can be ordered for $129 from SFBags.com.

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23 weeks ago

60 cents of velcro securing a $10,000 computer...
no thanks...


You've clearly never used a Waterfield product.
Rating: 10 Votes
23 weeks ago

Ballistic? Some explain how that is meaningful and not just a worthless buzz word.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ballistic_nylon


Finally I can bring my Mac Pro to Starbucks. Now I just need a carrying case for the two 27'' TB displays... ;)
Rating: 7 Votes
23 weeks ago
Id love a Mac Pro. Even though I have 0 need for it.

Maybe the new Mac mini will look like a mini Mac Pro 😁……Or not.

Has there been any news on a new Mac mini that I may have missed ?
Rating: 4 Votes
23 weeks ago
60 cents of velcro securing a $10,000 computer...
no thanks...
Rating: 3 Votes
23 weeks ago

Looks like a pretty good case. I wonder how many people would have a use for it? Somebody who needs to move their computer, but has a screen at their destination. Could be good for hotels I suppose, but surely it would be better to take a laptop and not strain your neck looking at a screen up on the wall? Easier to slip a laptop into a suitcase too.

If it's between two fixed destinations, I'd have thought it would be better to have two computers, even if one of them is cheaper, and just carry a memory stick, or use cloud storage.


I have a Cube carrying bag.

I've never used it.
Rating: 2 Votes
23 weeks ago

You've clearly never used a Waterfield product.


Second that.

My Waterfield case has been excellent. They've given me top-notch customer service and support, too.

This nMP case looks like a good design. If it turns out to not be, have confidence Waterfield will take care of its customers.
Rating: 2 Votes
23 weeks ago
Carrying case for Mac Plus!

Rating: 2 Votes
23 weeks ago
Good! Now I can take my Mac Pro with me camping and canoeing....
Rating: 2 Votes
23 weeks ago

Er... in a monitor carrying case (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Apple-LED-Thunderbolt-Display-Carry/dp/B007DFA1BI), silly.

...or, since (non-4k) displays cost a lot less than a Mac Pro and don't have your personal data and all your software installed on them, simply arrange to have a suitable display in every location where you're going to use the Mac Pro.

This is for Desktop A Car trunk Desktop B, not a Macbook Air replacement. Its a lot better than lugging one of those bloody cheese graters out to the car.

Its a sensible alternative to having your shiny nMP bouncing around in the back of your car and getting damaged (or, in the case of an old-style Mac Pro, damaging your car!)


This made me laugh. The first time I carried a PowerMac G5, I had to open a door at the bottom of my stairs. Since I was used to my Quicksilver G4, I figured it wouldn’t be a big deal to hold it with one hand for a few seconds.

Needless to say, I thought it was very forward-thinking of Apple to not install razor blades in the case on this new model. Very considerate.

And you’re very right. Apple’s made a pro computer that actually CAN be moved from place to place. It seems logical that someone would make a case to keep that pretty finish from getting scratched in the back seat of a car.
Rating: 1 Votes
23 weeks ago

The kind of "thing" you buy and use it once and that's it. The rest is collecting dust in your closet or... as a nice beach bag.


I don't think so. It's perfect for people who work maybe three days in the city, then commute to the country for two more workdays and the weekend. I used my Macintosh 512k case like that all the time in the 80s.
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