Macbook Pro Retina Display Backpack

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  1. MercilessGunner macrumors newbie

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  2. Vegasboricua702 macrumors member

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    Love it! Might grab one up for my deployment.
     
  3. sk8r1230 macrumors 6502

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    https://goincase.com/m/#product/17"%20MacBook%20Pro/CL55436

    This is what I have. Love it! Holds xso much and stays super slim!
     
  4. Bradllez macrumors 6502

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    That is really funny you ask.

    I bought the submarine blue one last night!
     
  5. tomtom2234 macrumors member

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    I'm about to head off to college this August and have been shopping around for a backpack. My senior year of high school I only had 2 classes, neither of which required me to carry books around (just a notebook) so I didn't use a back pack. Over the course of the last school year I forgot how utterly terrible most backpacks look... I may stick with my mesh school bag..
     
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  7. BlazednSleepy macrumors 6502a

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    You could probably fit 2 textbooks in there with a laptop. There's also 2 pockets in the front and comes with a nice pouch for cables.
     
  8. ZipZap macrumors 601

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  9. varsis macrumors regular

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    thanks. looks not bad. I will see if I can find it locally.
     
  10. Yuke macrumors member

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    I'd picked up a BBP Industries backpack about a month before the rMBP hit. It's awesome.

    Horizontal fit (left to right) and vertical fit (top to bottom) in the laptop compartment is just about perfect. There's a bit of extra space front-to-back due to how thin the rMBP is, but in practice it doesn't seem to move around much at all.

    Construction is very good. The exterior is durable, and the interior of the laptop compartment is quite soft. (Durability was important for me, as I'm apparently very hard on bags)

    Great amount of padding on the back, which partially conceals a handy pocket that's just about exactly the size of a 3rd-gen Kindle with the lighted case.

    The secondary compartment fits my iPad, various cables, PS Vita, a backup USB disk, and has room to spare.

    Definitely a bag I'd recommend to others.

    http://bbpbags.com/industriesbackpack.html

    (got mine slightly cheaper on Amazon)
     
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  12. pgiguere1 macrumors 68020

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    I agree. From my experience, Incase's products are excellent, but their customer service sucks. OP's bag look very good IMO.
     
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