Help on a bag that can also carry a Wacom tablet

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by gorenut, Jun 22, 2007.

  1. gorenut macrumors member

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    I've already searched through the forums and couldn't find a thread that tailored to my specific needs. I just got my MBP (also a Speck See-Thru protective case) and need to carry in the same bag: the stuff that came out of the box of my MBP, a Wacom Tablet (Intuos 3, almost exactly the same dimensions as the MBP with the Speck See-Thru plastic case), Wacom Stylus, and Mouse.

    Definitely want something protective and preferably not a backpack. It's very important that I can fit my Wacom tablet in there as well and still have some degree of protection for it.

    So far what has caught my eye is the Brenthaven Fusion:
    http://www.brenthaven.com/catalog-messenger-bags.html

    Any other suggestions?

    Thanks in advance, all of you have been really helpful during my transition into Mac.
     
  2. JDN macrumors 6502a

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    I have to bring Crumpler up again, i have on of their cheesy disco laptop bags. They come in a range of looks depending on what you like, but they are more importantly made excellently. So much space, with loads of padding and extra room for other bits. Waterproof and the inside lining is really strong.
     
  3. gorenut thread starter macrumors member

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    Wow, those Crumpler bags seem really expensive. The Cashmere caught my attention, but I think I would want something a little more protective.

    Looking at those bags however gave me an idea of an alternative of perhaps just buying separate little cases that'll house:
    1) My MBP with the Speck protector
    2) All the doodads that came with my MBP
    3) Wacom Tablet/Stylus/Mouse
    and then just throwing them all into some random messenger bag. So any help in that territory would be most appreciated as well (I've already done some forum searches and ran into Tom Bihn's Brain Cells)
     
  4. gorenut thread starter macrumors member

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    Heh, surely theres gotta be other illustrators out there that can help me. :confused:
     

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