Hello all! I took a look at the Kensington 17" Pro bag today. A lot of people were asking about it. So here is a quick peek:
Here is the website if you want stats and such.
I have replaced this entry with a seperate thread. I have a new review of the Kensington 17" Pro here:
All the pictures are there too. Just trying to stay on topic.
Originally Posted by dumpav
i went to the local circuitcity, they are out of the backpack, only got the Kensington Contour Pro 17 carrying case. That case are nice, they have a sleeve inisde another slim carrying...
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Originally Posted by DJ Fusion
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Originally Posted by Kenshino
Are you joking? Or are you an idiot?
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Oh, for a laptop thing. I changed that. I should've said for a Pentium M. Sorry.
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