be.ez LA robe Tablet sleeve for Wacom tablet review
Wacom tablets for drawing, drafting, designing and interacting with your Mac are by nature well made. They are built to last and are solid, reliable and require little in the way of maintenance or protection. So it is brave of French company be.ez, or be easy, to introduce a range of sleeves to add that extra bit of reassurance and peace of mind, should you need it. For anyone who keeps their tablet on their desktop this will of course seem like overkill. However, if you regularly take your work home with you from the studio or are a busy freelancer hot desking, the be.ez range of durable sleeves are worth a look.
Styled on existing be.ez sleeves designed for the MacBook, the Wacom range is made in a soft, shape-memory material using low resilience Polyurethane (LRPu) technology. Just 5mm thick, the sleeve makes room for an inner tag lip for storing the pen and pen tips to avoid misplacing them or causing any damage to the tablet. A good quality zip keeps everything neatly wrapped up and in one place. Designed in black with a contrasting green interior, be.ez currently offer four sleeves covering the Bamboo small and medium and pro level Intuos4 small and medium.
If your travels include taking your Wacom tablet along for the ride then the be.ez LA robe Tablet is for you. Lightweight and stylish, it won't take up much extra space on your journey and does a good job at protecting an already solid investment.