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New Booq 17-in MacBook Pro laptop bag

updated 01:45 pm EDT, Sat July 12, 2008

Booq laptop bag

Koyono has announced the its new Booq Mamba Compact Back Pack, a laptop backpack capable of carrying up to a 17-inch MacBook Pro. It offers 420D Polyester with a water-resistant coating and protects the laptop with a half-inch of high-density foam padding, and scratch-resistant linings. The new bag offers easy-access side pockets, a number of mesh pockets and zippered compartments for large and small items,with a zippered accessory pouch for cables.

In addition to the laptop compartment, the bag has a main compartment provides a document pocket, three mesh pockets and two CD-sized flat pockets and 3 small accessory-pockets. The main compartment also has a zippered pocket sized for power cords and/or chargers. The bag weighs 2.5 pounds empty and is available in black with red interior, navy blue with orange interior and brown with lime interior.

It is available now for $135. There is a 15-percent-off coupon (SUMMER15) at checkout that reduces the price to $115, for this week only.










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    First, I want to clarify why I chose to buy the 15" when I had a 13" that was sufficient. Because I run VMs a lot (I have reviews of Parallels and VMWare), the real estate of the screen was very important. The 13" handled everything I threw at it like a champ, but I needed more screen area. I also needed a stronger multitask processor to keep up with the demands I put upon it. The 2010 version of the MacBooks achieve gains in three key areas:See Here: Apple MacBook Pro MC371LL/A 15.4-Inch Laptop

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    First, I want to clarify why I chose to buy the 15" when I had a 13" that was sufficient. Because I run VMs a lot (I have reviews of Parallels and VMWare), the real estate of the screen was very important. The 13" handled everything I threw at it like a champ, but I needed more screen area. I also needed a stronger multitask processor to keep up with the demands I put upon it. The 2010 version of the MacBooks achieve gains in three key areas:See Here: Apple MacBook Pro MC371LL/A 15.4-Inch Laptop

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