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MacBook Pro - BPP Hybrid Laptop Bag?


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I was reading a review on the SwissGear Carbon Backpack for 17" MacBook Pro at the apple store and it said that it wasnt good for heavy users etc., he/she referred to a BPP Hybrid, that was a much more durable bag. Has anyone ever heard of this bag, or where i can find it?
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Try here: http://tinyurl.com/6kje8h

Looks like they have a wide selection of both backpack type and regular laptop bags.

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This one? http://www.luggage.com/asp/show_deta...01#ProdDetails

Looks nice, thats what Im planning on getting.
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i was reading some of the information on the bpp's btw they look nice. the stats are that they hold a 15.4" PC and a 17" MAC max... i have a swiss backpack

http://salestores.com/swissa01.html

and it states that it hold a 15.4" PC does that mean it holds a 17" MAC as well.. btw it is a great comp holder it has a separate pocket for the laptop which i love and a pocket at the top of the bag for a power cord and mouse . t has space for all the things you may need.. and i have even fit a change of clothes in the front pocket as well.

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