Post your Computer Bag

Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by joshwest, Oct 4, 2006.

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    joshwest

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    Hey everyone i know we had this going on a while back seeing if we could get it going again. so everyone can have a good idea of variety of good macbook and macbook pro bags and sleeves.
     
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    Markleshark

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    joshwest

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    Mine Currently i will get a pic of mine soon.
     

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    Kalns

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    Ahhh Timbuk2! They make great stuff! I'm using one of their messenger bags for my latop. I don't have any pictures of it right now, but maybe I'll post one later.
     
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    timnosenzo

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    Mine:

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  6. Lau
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    If I'm carrying a lot of stuff I use my homemade messenger bag, as it's nice and roomy, and is well padded (the padding's made from camping mat foam :p ).

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    If I'm just popping out with it and or need to look smart, I use this bag. It was reduced to £7 in Gap and fits a 12" iBook perfectly. I use this most days anyway without the iBook. :)

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    This one, but the Small Loft one that fits the Macbook.
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    My PBG4 Bag

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    Mine has pockets for everything: papers, pencils, cards, a bigger one for a change of clothes and a pair of shoes, then there's a smaller bag for the laptop itself.

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    brikeh

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    Im actually thinking about buying this for my 12" PB, how do you like it?
     
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    tobefirst

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    I have the same bag for my macbook, and I love the bag. It fits just enough stuff for me, basically all the accessories for the macbook and then a small notebook.

    The macbook is a bit bigger than the 12" powerbook, however, so it won't be as perfect of a fit for you as it is for me.

    It's a great, stylish bag, though.
     
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    Supa_Fly

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    And I thought my Crumpler was badass. Where do I find THAT buet?!
     
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    How big is the clyde in person? Seems pretty massive... I think I want to get one, but I'm curious how it looks on a person. er, how bout a pic w/you wearing it? :D
     
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    pivo6

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    I've been using a Targus CityGear Chicago Backpack for the past couple of weeks. Holds my work laptop and has plenty of pockets for the rest of the crap I take with me daily.



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    Here ya are

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  17. Guest

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    Aha!
    me too!

    only mine is the bigger one for my mbp.
     
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    Felldownthewell

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    Chrome Messanger bag, the favorite bag I have ever owned. Inside I stuck some sleeve (marware maybe?). Enough room for everything I need- schoolbooks, lunch on occasion, ipod, pencils, calculator, charger, mouse, games...everything. It is super comfortable, great for when I bike, and, in my opinion, really nice looking.

    Sorry about the terrible image quality...RAZR...I need a new phone, I know.
     

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    does anyone here use the Radtech Large Loop?
    it looks like a pretty good one.
     
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    heehee

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    I have this one, bought it online from knomo, but it's pretty expensive.
     
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    I use my backpack (JanSport Odyssey 38) and my incase notebook sleeve for taking my MBP between home and school.
     

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    Crumpler Cheesy Disco bag-
     

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    STM Sports 2.

    I used this for my 12" PowerBook and currently for my wife's 12" iBook.
     

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    benthewraith

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    Jay42

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    Large Timbuk2 Commute in black. I have litterally been hit by a car on my bike with this thing and my PowerBook survived. ;) (To be fair, it wasn't really impacted directly, but still, love the bag. )
     

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