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    packs that will Protect Laptops/Expensive electronics?

    So basically as a college student who owns no car and is taking a major that is software based, I have a bag full of expensive things I ride with daily. having been hit, And knowing I will one day wipe out I am trying to invest in a good bag that will protect those things.

    I am considering the Boblbee Megalopolis Aero. but at around $300.00 american. Its damn steep.

    I'm also thinking about the Camelbak Pit Boss.

    Does anyone have a suggestion for a really big. really tough bag to protect my tablet/laptop?

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    that....


    that....

    That's one unattractive backpack!

    It is a better price, though.

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    that is a fantastic product! woah!

    If they made one to fit my lap top.... and I didn't need to buy two of them. that would be a great choice for me.

    but two 80 dollar sleeves+ 125 dollar backpack= 285 dollar investment. only 15 dollars less than a pack that protects everything AND my spine.

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    How about a pannier and a Pelican Case.

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    I've been running panniers for a couple weeks now (open topped Banjo Brothers) And... I don't like the feel so far, in spite of the sweat on my back I've just grown used to carrying the bulk of my load there, instead of over the rear wheel.

    I am actually debating taking off my rear rack all together.

    that being said the pelican is a fantastic, fantastically expensive product.

    but I have to transport an Archos, and Intuos and a laptop.

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    No Zero Halliburton is fantastically expensive. Pelican is actually pretty affordable.

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    thats nice.

    Regardless. its a less cost effective solution than the awesome solution I was seeking a more affordable solution to.

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