Device Wraps

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  1. Big Calhoun

    Big Calhoun Notebook Evangelist

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    A couple of years ago, there was a company marketing these 'wraps'. It was a 'cloth' (for lack of a better word) that was water resistant on the outside, cushioned on the inside. You could place a device (Laptop, PDA, really expensive CD player) in the cloth and wrap it up, fastening via velcro. If anyone knows what I'm talking about, do you know if they are still available and where? I want to use one as a soft case for my arriving p7010 and another to hold all of my cables.
     
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    Brian Working at 486 Speed NBR Reviewer

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    I don't recall that, but for your P, Case Logic makes a "DVD Shuttle" neoprene case. It fits the P like a glove. I recommend one of those.

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    Gatch Notebook Geek

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    I'd be interested in this as well. I have the modular bay on my Fujitsu and the extra battery. So far I've just been using the bubble wrap that it came with.

    Fujitsu S7010, 14.1" Screen, Pentium 1.5M, 1Gig ram, 80Gb HD, DVD-RW,
     
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