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Yea well Im set with getting the macbook pro
but which case do i go with?
I mean i will be in year 11 and i will take my macbook pro to school once in a while but i want some sort of protection

i heard the stm series are good bags and sleeves but not sure..

i want a bag that doesn't scream out to everyone that i have a laptop u know.. I want a casual looking shoulder bag that will fit my macbook pro and maybe some books, plus it has to be affordable. I dont want ridiculous prices like more than 50 and stuff..
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i know im cheap but i dont caree!!
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umm.. I want it to have nice padding so that it wont break easily
thanks for any help in advance
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Check out www.timbuk2.com I have heard nothing but good things about their bags, but they are a little more expensive; and worth it. If you don't want a laptop bag look, just buy an incase sleeve and use it for extra protection in any bag you want to use; which is what I have done.
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