DT’s ‘Better Than Socks’ Holiday Giveaway: Lazerwood MacBook Pro Keys

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Sorry, folks. This giveaway is now closed, but feel free to check out more of DT’s ‘Better Than Socks’ Holiday Giveaways all month long.

To celebrate the holidays, we’re giving our readers the chance to win some awesomely techie gifts. For the second day of Digital Trends’ “Better than Socks” Giveaway, we’re giving away a set of Lazerwood’s cherry-wood laser-cut keys for the MacBook Pro (compatible with all models after 2008). As the name might suggest, Lazerwood creates laser-cut accessories for iPhones, and Apple keyboards.

Cut precisely to fit upon your keys without inhibiting their function, the wood pieces are lined with a thin adhesive back that firmly holds to the keys. The whole process of applying the caps takes about 30 to 40 minutes, but once you’re done, these cheery, cherry-wood keys will definitely make your MacBook Pro stand out in your local coffee shop. If you’re worried that your keys will forever have this stylish wooden veneer, you’ll be happy to know that the caps can be carefully removed.

Also, you’ll be happy to know that the company uses FSC-certified wood, which means the wood comes from trees farmed according to the Forest Stewardship Council’s standards. So, you can rest assured that the wood isn’t coming from any clear-cutting or endangered forests.

Interested in winning a set of Lazerwood MacBook Pro Keys? Just hit us up in the comments below with the your most frequent and common typo. The deadline to enter is Monday, December 17, and we’ll contact the winner the following day. Good luck!

If you don’t own a MacBook Pro, or the Lazerwood Keys aren’t quite your cup of tea, check back often as we’ll be running DT’s ‘Better Than Socks’ Holiday Giveaways all month long.

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