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Default Re: Gear Bags/Backpacks -Share what works for you - 12-16-2008, 04:03 AM

update on the case i'm using... i got an extra battery and it fits in there as well... and also put my phone's usb cable and still has room.


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Default Re: Gear Bags/Backpacks -Share what works for you - 12-16-2008, 04:14 AM

Hey guys, new to the forum, and I absolutely love my new Dell Mini! Was thinking about picking up this bag to go with it. Let me know what you guys think.

http://www.ebags.com/case_logic/e_sling ... lid=125395
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Default Re: Gear Bags/Backpacks -Share what works for you - 12-16-2008, 04:21 AM

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Hey guys, new to the forum, and I absolutely love my new Dell Mini! Was thinking about picking up this bag to go with it. Let me know what you guys think.

http://www.ebags.com/case_logic/e_sling ... lid=125395
that's really nice if you want to put more stuffs in. it all depends what else you carry with your mini. i would be happy with the timbuk2 but i'll settle with what i have for now.


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Default Re: Gear Bags/Backpacks -Share what works for you - 12-17-2008, 03:07 AM

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Looks like Dell has a few more cases on offer now designed for the Mini 9, including this one from Belkin:



Here's the complete current list, including the Timbuk2 bags, a couple of different sleeves and these new Belkin models:

http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/c...454908&x=0&y=0
I just got this Belkin bag today, and it is great! Very well made, lots of little storage pockets, very well padded, and it fits the Mini perfectly. It also looks and feels great.
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Default Re: Gear Bags/Backpacks -Share what works for you - 12-17-2008, 03:21 AM

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I just got this Belkin bag today, and it is great! Very well made, lots of little storage pockets, very well padded, and it fits the Mini perfectly. It also looks and feels great.
I was considering that one, but there are no photos of the inside. Can you take/post some photos of the bag showing the inside and pockets?
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Default Re: Gear Bags/Backpacks -Share what works for you - 12-17-2008, 03:25 AM

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I just got this Belkin bag today, and it is great! Very well made, lots of little storage pockets, very well padded, and it fits the Mini perfectly. It also looks and feels great.
Hey is that Belkin bag made out of cordura? Or is it more like a stretch nylon material?


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Default Re: Gear Bags/Backpacks -Share what works for you - 12-18-2008, 12:51 PM

I was considering that one, but there are no photos of the inside. Can you take/post some photos of the bag showing the inside and pockets? [/quote]

I took a couple of photos, but I don't know how to post them. Can you help me out? Thank you.
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Default Re: Gear Bags/Backpacks -Share what works for you - 12-18-2008, 06:46 PM

Sure, click on "Post Reply" button below the last post, then your text entry page opens....look below the white text entry window, you'll see three buttons (Save, Preview, Submit), now below those buttons, there are 2 tabs (Options, Upload attachment)....click on the "Upload attachment" tab, click on Browse button and navigate to your photo, then click Open. The path/filename of your image should appear in the little white box next to Browse button. Click the other button "Add the File", then click the Submit button...
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Default Re: Gear Bags/Backpacks -Share what works for you - 12-18-2008, 10:53 PM

I think that I've got a pretty decent way of transporting my Mini around for school - making it extremely secure, which I decided to implement after my screen cracked (probably due to someone sitting on my bag)

I have the laptop inside a sleeve which I bought off eBay for about £4. Then I place the sleeve inside an old biscuit tin of mine, which is a very snug fit, but about 3/4" on its width. At the moment I've got a little bit of foam to pad this out, but I also put in my wireless USB, a few USB sticks and could easily fit in a replacement battery if necessary. Hardly adds to the weight, or size and is extremely sturdy as I've found out from practical use. Biscuit tins FTW.

Plus there's the benefit of everyone thinking I have a tin of biscuits in my bag.



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Default Re: Gear Bags/Backpacks -Share what works for you - 12-18-2008, 11:46 PM

Thanks Fallstar, I don't know how I didn't see that.[attachment=1:3l19as5h]100_0796.JPG[/attachment:3l19as5h][attachment=2:3l19as5h]100_0792.JPG[/attachment:3l19as5h]
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