to be honest, I don't think there's anything special you have to do. If it were me, I'd just keep the boxes and the little styrofoam things that hold the machines in place during shipping, and carry your machines around in those. I'd probably get a separate bag for cables/keyboards/mice, since stuffing all of that crap back into the box is a real pain.zoran said:Not daily, nor weekly but every 1 or 2 months yes for sure.
you may be right about that, actually, though if it were me I'd probably bite the bullet and do it anyway.zoran said:I think its box is too big to just use it as a carrying case, plus the fact that ill have to move around an ACD for using it with the desktop!
ouch...zoran said:Because i live in two cities that are 400km away!
Nicely done. You should copy right it before Bud Light ad men use this line for the next ad.ZoomZoomZoom said:Today we salute you, Mr. incredibly large computer backpack maker.
When conventional wisdom said no one ought to make a bag to hold a 42 pound Mac Pro, you dared to dream.
You knew the limitations of the human back - and you ignored them.
You made a bag that could hold a 9 pound MacBook Pro, and people cheered.
But you weren't satisfied. You said, "Wait, I think I can still give you 33 more pounds."
So the incredibly large computer backpack was born. So crack open an ice cold bud light, Mr. incredibly large computer backpack maker, because you let us unnecessarily crack our backs.
i mostly my car, but not always, so i guess i must be prepared for the worst!beatsme said:what is you method of travel? If you're driving yourself, the boxes should be no problem. If you're going by bus/air/rail, it's probably not going to work.