Laptop Cases

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by e.magnusson, Jul 19, 2007.

  1. e.magnusson macrumors member

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    I got a carrying case for my brand new MacBook Pro (and its absolutely perfect, just to let you know) and I realized that the bag is about two or three inches bigger then my computer itself (which is a 15 inch) and I was just wondering it that will cause me any trouble as in like it flopping around and breaking. From what I can tell, the bag has really great protection around the edges and on top and bottom. So will it make any difference?
     
  2. ANH25 macrumors newbie

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    MacBook Pro protection

    It depends on what the bag you are carrying your MacBook Pro around is made out of it. If it is the usually polyester type of bag, I think you should be really careful. I bought a heavy duty bag from Shinza.com to carry my investment around in. I have a MacBook Pro and a MacBook 13.3 inch...both are doing great in the Shinza.com cases. If you email them they give you a discount code. They gave me student0707 for 20% off. I don't know if it is still good or not, but it is worth trying. :)

    Good luck!
     
  3. mac4life2007 macrumors newbie

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    Buy a PAQ carrying bag if you can find one

    I bought a PAQ AS-309 for my MacBook and it works great! PAQ is number 3 carrying bag manufacturer in the world. It just does not have a lot of resellers in US. I know it is quite popular in Europe and Asia.

    I was not sure whether I should get a bigger NA-001 in case I will trade in my MacBook for a MacBook PRO 17". But according to the spec, AS-309 should have enough room for the 17" in case I updgrade my MacBook in the future.
     

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