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    pphking's Avatar
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    Lancashire England
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    Specs:
    iBook 1.33 Ghz, 768 RAM
    Backpack for 14" iBook
    Does anybody have any ideas / suggestions for an affordable backpack to fit my 14" iBook?

    I have been looking at the Targus bags and quite like them. Does anybody know if they fit the 14" iBook.

    Thanks in advance for any help
    Paul

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    ibook G4 14in
    these are some pretty nice looking backpacks...booq
    i've got a messanger bag from timbuk2 and i love it, here are their backpacks

    my apple is bling *tisk tisk, you shouldn't have any bling.. just nice things*

  3. #3
    Skid
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    here is a site for ya http://www.mac-case.com/ i ordered the briefcase style they are made for mac laptops and are an exect fit

  4. #4
    Keltoik
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    This is the site where I got my messenger bag for my 14" iBook. This site has the largest selection I've seen, and they have a handy laptop case finder, so you can just select the 14" iBook (or whatever) from the drop down menu, and it will only search for bags that will fit your laptop.

    You can go here:
    http://www.ebags.com/laptopfinder/in...=laptop_center

    This is the one I ordered for my iBook 14" - http://www.ebags.com/ogio/jack_pack/...?modelid=50972

    I've had it for about a week now and I love it! (Got the red one) Holds my laptop snuggly and safely and school books with room to spare! Hope this helped.

    Cheers

    Keltoik :girl:

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    Spring, Texas
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    Macbook Pro Retina
    Seccond vote for Booq. I have the Mamba xs for my 12in and love it. I have seen their bigger stuff too and it all rocks. Honestly the quality is only ok, but it gets attention... people always wonder where I got it. Check out their slogan.... its my fav.

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    pphking's Avatar
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    Aug 22, 2004
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    Lancashire England
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    Specs:
    iBook 1.33 Ghz, 768 RAM
    I am now leaning towards a Dicota Rain after I saw a Targus in a local shop and the padding was really thin.
    Here is the Dicota
    http://www.ebags.co.uk/product_detai...ceid=UKNEXTAG#

    Has anyone any experience with Dicota Bags?

    Thanks for any help in advance
    Paul

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    What about these kind of case?


    Protect your macbook from scratches.
    It is very easy to get scratches inside of bags.
    Use hardshell case to prevent that.
    MacBook Hard Case

    It's stylish too!

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    White Macbook 2.16 GHz Intel Core2Duo, 2 GB RAM, 200 GB HD, 30 GB White Ipod Video
    Quote Originally Posted by Skid View Post
    here is a site for ya http://www.mac-case.com/ i ordered the briefcase style they are made for mac laptops and are an exect fit
    Anyone know how much room is in the backpack model they sell for, say, schoolbooks? I'm getting a 13" Macbook(White) for college this year and need a good backpack. These look really nice, so I'm just curious if there would be room for a couple books.

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