REQUEST: Picture of WaterField Cargo Bag with 15 inch pb?

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by Sakino, Sep 22, 2003.

  1. Sakino macrumors member

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    I was wondering if I could see a cargo bag from waterfield to see how much room there is in the bag. I basically want little to no room in this bag since I will be carrying around a backpack with 50 lbs of books in it. Does anyone have pictures of this bag?
     
  2. Abstract macrumors Penryn

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    I'm not sure if any of these "notebook sleeves" are really meant to be used to place inside a regular backpack with books and stuff. You always read descriptions about how they're a great complement to a laptop backpack or something. I know a laptop bag defeats the purpose of the slipcover, but I don't think its really meant to be put in my flimsy, regular backpack with no cushioning at the bottom of the pack.

    I guess you can do it if you want, but I'd also invest in a better backpack for myself (not necessarily a laptop backpack), maybe one that's generally more padded, especially at the bottom.

    I treat my backpack quite rough. :meh:
     
  3. TheWitePony macrumors regular

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    I don't know about those sleeves either. I got one when I first purchased my powerbook and I didn't like it, I really wanted some real protection for my laptop. So I got a Timbuk2 laptop bag. I love it, and today I was caught out in the rain and it saved my powerbook's life. I really recommend you look into Timbuk2 bags, mine was more than worth the investment. Let me think, $100 laptop bag, or $2500 to replace a brand new laptop. I'll go with the bag.
     

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