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Guys i'm looking for different backpacks to cary my future pbook 15" so i'd like to SEE or at least know (mention) what backpacks you got for your own pbooks/ibooks (12", 14", 15",17")

thanks guys!
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I found a great High Sierra backpack for my 12"

I think it was only about $30, maybe $40
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I have a 17" PB and I got a Brenthaven Backpack for it. Expensive, indeed, but well worth it, especially when its holding (and protecting) such an expensive laptop. Besides, it doesn't easily give away that its holding such a beauty inside it

Go for it only if u don't wanna show off ur laptop
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I use the BP3 System from Booqbags. It's great.
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I use the BP3 System from Booqbags. It's great.

i'm looking at that as one of my fav. so far....how is it?........can you take REAL pics (i don't like the "fine" pics they have at the site....i like the real deal )

is it too big?...cause i want a backpack that allows me to cary my pbook but that i can use to cary a few books and Minidisc player, Camara, etc......
but that isn't TOO BIG or too puffy
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I use my regular jansport for school with a computer sleeve I bought from llbean.com. I highly reccomend. Nobody knows you have a computer, it fits my computer perfect and it fits perfect in my bag, which isnt that big. The best part about it is it was only 23.50 and thats with shipping.
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I use my regular jansport for school with a computer sleeve I bought from llbean.com. I highly reccomend. Nobody knows you have a computer, it fits my computer perfect and it fits perfect in my bag, which isnt that big. The best part about it is it was only 23.50 and thats with shipping.
hmm interesting idea

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i just ordered the volt xl from www.spireusa.com. Its an awesome looking bag with great protection, but just a little pricey.
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Guys i'm looking for different backpacks to cary my future pbook 15" so i'd like to SEE or at least know (mention) what backpacks you got for your own pbooks/ibooks (12", 14", 15",17")

thanks guys!
I have a 12" iBook abd I use an incase bag. It is really nice and protects it very good.You can buy them straight from Apple. The one that I have is the sling pack. I would reccomend getting one from them.
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