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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

Macbook - A Kickn' Bag for your MacBook


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I was on a quest to find a nice protective bag for my Newly Acquired Black Macbook, and I did a lot of research, and I finally got my hand on the Brenthaven Metro Delux

Let me tell you, this bag is built like a Castle for your precious MacBook. I was a bit worried that it was built for up to 15" MacBook Pro, but it fits the MacBook Like a glove with plenty of padding from corener, sides and even a thick layer that opens up from the top... Sweet.

I know it pricey, but for heaven's sake I just dropped 2Gs on the MacBook, and I had to protect it nicely, plus its well worth the money, with all the space and storage it is capable of. I think this is the best bag for the buck.

Let me know what you think.

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That definatly looks like it would do the trick! If you have the money, thats one of the best in terms of protection that I have seen.
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Yep, it truely is a great bag. I couldn't Recommend it enuff to be honest.
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Good choice. I settled for the InCase sleeve
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