This worked for me
I like to tote my notebook around with all its peripherals, plus half my office. This I wasn't able to do comfortably with the back-pak style bag that came with my G1 notebook. I researched this to death, probably spent 3 hours looking at notebook cases (money was never a consideration..I wanted what worked best for me regardless). Found a bunch of high-priced exotic bags that just didn't have the pockets/compartments/containment I was looking for. Ended up back where I started..with Targus. I found a Universal Top-loader that comfortably and safely stored my wide-screen 15" notebook, plus many pockets for cables, mouse, phone charger, files, pens, battery packs, digital camera, cologne, etc..etc...etc. I am extremely pleased. If I could have found the same storage-type in a leather it would have been more pleasing..but other than that this bag was perfect.http://www.targus.com/us/product_details.asp?sku=KOS400
Also, I couldn't not comment on this quote:
|Briggs & Riley case for it. It's not as luxurious as the Tumi, but was about 400.00 less
Why in the world would someone spend that sort of money on a case? Unless it came with a pitbull, and James Bondish security system that fragged anyone whose fingerprint didn't match the owner...plus for that sort of jack..there would have to be an accompanying super-model that would stroke your nads whilst you worked/played on your notebook (which, depending on the notebook, wouldn't be as costly as the case you carried it in). Just don't understand the rationale here folks. Guess it's the same logic women use when dropping 4 or 5 large for a purse. Either that, or someone is just trying to be perceived as a snobbish luggage aristrocat.