Incase PB sleeve?

Discussion in 'Buying Tips, Advice and Discussion (archive)' started by Kurt871, Mar 29, 2005.

  1. Kurt871 macrumors member

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    Hey everyone. I'm thinking of purchasing a 15" PowerBook (my very first Mac!) and I'm trying to decide on a sleeve for it. I know there's a million threads about laptop cases (believe me, I've looked through every one), and I was wondering what people thought of the Incase sleeve here:

    http://goincase.com/prod_laptop/prod_lt_sleeveFashion.php

    Any experiences? How does it compare to, say, a Crumpler or ZeroShock? Is there one heralded "best case" for the PowerBook? Thanks a lot for any advice, goodness knows I've found at least ten extra things to get with my PB just from browsing the forums here :)
     
  2. crdean1 macrumors 6502a

    crdean1

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    You may have read this already:
    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=79073

    I have a 15" pb and use a maccase (compusa) for a sleeve. I can put my pb in it, then stick it in my school bag, or any bag for that matter. I have been quite satisfied.

    For home use, I keep a powersleevz around ( www.radtech.us ). It does a nice job of protecting the pb from scratches and such.

    Also, for a harder sleeve, I have a viper m on order from www.booqbags.com .

    Hope this helps. I think you should get something good to protect such an expensive investment, kind of like hedging your financial portfolio in my opinion.
     

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