Posted on Mai 20, 2008 at 8:59 pm

MacBooks erobern die Studiensäle

Na was fällt im nachfolgenden Bild auf 😉 ?

http://orz.4chan.org/wg/src/1211256517593.jpg

Die Verlinkung scheint nicht richtig zu funktionieren, im Zweifelsfall einfach händisch kopieren und einfügen.

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One Response to “MacBooks erobern die Studiensäle”

  1. Ananth on Dezember 1st, 2015 at 20:45 says:

    (Personal Computers) This is the size I’ve been looking for. I was in seacrh of a bag that would fit a 13 MacBook Pro, as well as a 13 Dell Latitude. I’m not a big person and I hate big heavy bags. My previous bag was HUGE and was designed for a 15 laptop of yesteryear. The laptop slot barely held my widescreen 13 and yet the bag was enormous. I bought the old bag from LL Bean in 1998, and it held up wonderfully but it was made for a time when a 15 laptop was bulky and we carried lots of books and folders with us.Best uses:Professional with a 13 -14 laptop (or 15 Macbook) looking for a minimal but still useful backpackPros:Small profile yet IMPRESSIVE capacity for what it is.LightweightHolds TWO laptops and both power supplies (one in the padded compartment and one using a thin sleeve in the spot designed for a binder/book)Laptop section appears to accommodate nearly all 14 laptops easily and possibly a 15 MacBook (probably not most other 15 laptops tho)Cons:Wish the binder/book section had more padding since I use it for an extra laptop. This would be nice for your iPad/tablet/Kindle -type devices as wellNo water bottle net on the side (I’ve never had one but thought it was a nice feature on other backpacks I’ve seen)Probably too small if you need your backpack to carry around a lot of personals, or carry your lunch, or an extra pair of shoes it’s definitely not a daypack.Durability:I will try to update this review if I find anything undesirable about the durability. I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 since I cannot yet comment on durability.

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