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PowerBook - Protective casing for powerbook?


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I have been searching the internet like crazy and cannot find protective casing/covers for powerbooks. I just want a durable skin/cover/casing that will go over my powerbook to prevent dents and scratches and wear and tear. Preferably a heavy duty rubber typer "armor" if you know what I mean. The only thing I can find is TiArmor but can't find the product anywhere, just people talking about it.

And I have a 17" powerbook so that raises problems because I have found a couple companies that only sell protective covers for 12". Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks
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Unfortunately, your search is compounded by trying to outfit a computer that is not the latest model. Try drbott - they are clearing out a lot of PB accessories and you might find something there. Otherwise, keep an eye on ebay and send PMs to vendors selling other things for 17" pbs and to vendors selling skins for other models.
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http://www.bodyguardz.com/MacBooks_s/34.htm

They have something for the 17" MacBook Pro, if you can't find something for the powerbook this might fit pretty close to what you have.
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may i be a little annoying and ask....
where did you see the ones for the 12" models?!!?!?!?!
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