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Mac Specs: 15-inch Early 2008; Processor 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo; Memory 4 GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM; 10.7.5

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I have a Bum Backpack which acts as both backpack (obviously) and as a shoulder bag as well. it converts. It has a center line harness strap which goes around your waste (if you choose to hook it up and wear it) and takes most of the pressure off of your back. It's very comfortable, and has plenty of storage space, nooks and cranny's. It also has a through-the-bag zippered slot for when you want to store it on a luggage handle (so it won't fall off the luggage).

It's a pretty clever and well constructed bag. I also got it slightly discounted from Amazon as a "refurbished" item. Not sure of why it is called refurbished though. It came with everything it should have, and was perfect in every way.

Doug

Edit: Forgot to mention that the separate compartment which you store the laptop in, is very well padded and rugged as well. Fits very nicely.
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