ThinkPad X22, 800mhz, 256mb, 20gb, wifi, Windows XP Pro
...and no, I don't work for Northrop Grumman, so I'm not involved in defining the future...
That's a seriously sweet case. I tend to travel far enough and long enough that I need to be able to get the power adaptor and my digital camera in the bag, so I've wound up with something larger...epbrown wrote:This is the official Targus case for the TransNote. I snagged it off eBay. It doesn't hold much but I tend to travel light - usually a car magazine and spare battery is plenty.
For my iBook, which is my "photography" computer, I use an Adorama Commander combination camera and computer bag...
Past: Thinkpad G40, Thinkpad 600x, Gateway 5150
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I am rarely home, so I live out of this backpack, or my car.. My car is my home away from home..
IBM ThinkPad 600x-Pentium !!! 500MHz, 384MB
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then I switched to this:
They call it a Samsonite Executive pack pack: the product id is 198XXX009 found here at samsonite.com. They go for $24 at Sam's Club which I think is a great price.
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This be-ez laptop sleeve is originally developed to fit the Apple iBook, but my 14" T40 fits perfectly in the 14" model (T stands for "thin" i suppose ).
Although the be-ez site claims that they recently added PC-compatible sleeves, they are very hard to find/order. I bought the orange one, the white looked a bit cheap. Think i did a good deal paying only 30€, especially considering the shock-absorbing (5mm thick) Polyurethane that has been used.
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More detailed pictures here:
http://www.rucksackversand.de/Shopping. ... iga-2.html
The second thing which is also very important in terms of accesories is the Lacie Mobile Drive (80 GB) which comes in extremely handy for copying back-ups from Rescue and Recovery. In case of Hard Disk failure this little gadget will help me up and running in 45 minutes with all the data restored. I back-up everyday on local drive and twice a week on the Lacie.
I recently upgraded both the Thinkpad from T41 to T43 as well as the Lacie from 40 to 80 GB to match the internal drive in Thinkpad. I had reviewed the Lacie earlier in case anyone cares to read the details. http://www.epinions.com/content_142191595140
Work- Sadly, the ThinkPads have gone away...... and replaced by HP ProDesk SFF drone machines
Other Projects- Edge 15, Z61m (Titanium)
Historic Retired ThinkPads- T42p, X20, A31p, 701c, 760XD, WorkPad C505
Then I bought an X40... 12" is kind of small for a 15+" laptop bag.
Sold that one ... got a 15" T42.. And it fitted perfectly.
Then bought a 10" T1XP ... way to big for that one, could have fitted 2 of those laptops in the space that was designed for one laptop.
And so on ... (now I use it for my X31)
But I think I am going to sell it when I get my X60s.
Because its really to big for 12" laptops ... tough it is the strongest case I ever used... it has been drop from several meters, some people have stand on it whilst the X31 was inside, and the only damage was a bit of out of shape metal that I bended back in 1 minute... Go figure 80+ kilo's person stands on your laptop bag and your laptop survives!!
X41, X31, T41, T42, X40, X61s
Yes... I love the X-series.
he is unlikely to be back..
Never mind. Found it: http://www.tumi.com/tumi/small_expandab ... elid=57347
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