Originally Posted by NewLaptopDude
Im really leaning towards this one for just a all around bag, but my GOD the price is outragous they act like you will be buying their product as to wrap it in gold ...
There are sleeves out there. Unfortunately most are sized for the 17 inch Apple Powerbook.
Here's a pricey one that fits the i9300/M170:
I have the 2006 Booq Folee XL which has been an...
Originally Posted by mobilebuddha
yeah heh, no way i'm spending $250 for a bag.
sorry. i'm not like my wife. although that'd be one hell of a deal for one of her bags though.. *sheesh*
I have the...
I carry the 9300 to and from work every day and I have no problems. It's actually lighter than my old i8200.
It is a bit bulky and it's not comfortable to carry around in one hand or tucked under your arm but having a proper...
After looking at a lot of bag options (Targus, Waterfield Designs, Roadwired), I ended up getting a Booq Folee XL.
The fabric, zippers and stitching are high quality (as it well should be since...
You may want to reconsider that purchase of the 8200 or 4150.
I'm on my 3rd year of owning both a 8200 and a 4150. These two units have caused nothing but trouble after year 2.
I had to replace the cooling fans on both laptops in...
After 2 years of heavy use with lots of 24/7 operation, the fans on my Inspiron 8200 failed. The bearings wore out or something. Nearly about the same time, the fans on another Inspiron 4150 failed as well. Similar problem.