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PostPosted: Sun Jun 13, 2004 12:43 am 
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Nabeel wrote:
Yup, it fits it perfectly. Nice and snug


nabeel, thanks. i just gone mine thru ebay. hopefully, the laptop and bag will come around the same time.


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The Kensington Contour Slim fits the 14.1 notebook (including the 9 cell battery) well . There is a velcro strip in the middle of the case that straps down over your notebook to hold it in snug.
The MacTruck case at $199.99 to $299.99 is probably a good investment especially when you need to carry a hardshell case. However, if you want to travel light with a light weight briefcase check out the $40 Kensington Contour Slim Computer Case. I cannot say that the case will work well for others because individual preferences are subjective and will vary. However, I find that this bag to be very comfortable and it works very well for me. BTW, I decided to return the T41p for a T42p 2379DYU which has flexview and a 15 inch screen.
http://www.kensington.com/html/2037.html
Paco

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nabeel or paco,

do the 15" kensington contour slims fit your 14 inch tps? looking at the measurements, they look tight especially in the height.

thanks.


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akeskira wrote:
http://www.radtech.us/Products/MacTruck.aspx#

Wow that's pretty slick.


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akeskira wrote:
http://www.radtech.us/Products/MacTruck.aspx#

Whoops double post. Mods please feel free to delete.


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