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 Post subject: Laptop bag and cooling pad
PostPosted: Sat Jun 27, 2009 4:05 pm 
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Right now my 13 inch Dell XPS M1330 sits i na duffle bag with my magazines, external drives, pc tool kits, and other junk.

I'm not really sure whatthe average price is for a good bag (not a backpack i need a shounder bag i take this to work!) to carry all my tech gear. I also need a new coolling pad since mine is griding itself dead and loosing teeth every week. But i also use the coller for the office 15 inch laptop so i need somethng that will fit the 13 incher and the 15 incher.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 29, 2009 7:40 pm 
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What is your budget?

A typical business-type laptop bag (usually messenger-style) can range from $25 to hundreds of dollars. If your price range is <$100, I'd recommend bags from Swiss Gear, Targus, and SOLO. If you're a road warrior and want something a bit more sturdy, take a look at TomBihn, Tumi, timbuk2 and Slappa. These may cost a bit more, but it's worth the extra investment if you feel the need for additional protection.


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Check out the NZXT Cryo S as your cooler.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6834997580


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i've got an excellent targus bag i picked up a few years ago that was specifically built for professionals who need to carry two laptops although i don't know what the name of it was, i've since moved on as i no longer needed it. but you should be able to find them they are more similar to a miniture suitcase on a strap then a messenger bag but it has dual padded compartments on the front and the back for your laptops, a decent sized zippered pouch in the center and a velcro pouch on the front, mine was a faux leather and while it's not the most stylish bag it's not to bad for a business environment. be aware though it was kinda bulky and not comfortable to carry for to long.


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I have also bought a cooling pad recently and was quite happy with it. Works fine and wasn't too expensive. I think a notebook chill pad is a really useful accessory and I think I won't use a notebook without a pad anymore.


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I got a Targus backpack, worked fine very comfortable except for the fact that 80% of the zippers are broken. :evil:


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Is my sleeping bag good enough for the inca trail? I am going on the Inca trek in April. I have a down Mountain Designs Traveler 400 sleeping bag. It's rated 1-10 degrees. Will that be enough for the trek or am I kidding myself completely. I have good qualities thermals I could alway wear to bed. Do you think I will be all right?
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penelopa wrote:
Is my sleeping bag good enough for the inca trail? I am going on the Inca trek in April. I have a down Mountain Designs Traveler 400 sleeping bag. It's rated 1-10 degrees. Will that be enough for the trek or am I kidding myself completely. I have good qualities thermals I could alway wear to bed. Do you think I will be all right?


Hike naked.

It adds color to your cheeks.


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