M14x R2 cases.

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  1. ninjakenzen

    ninjakenzen Notebook Enthusiast

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    Does anyone know of any protective case that fits the M14x R2 measurements accurately?

    Adding to this, I may need a case that is very durable against shock.
    Now this may be somewhat of a bad idea, but from time to time I skate [as in commute, no tricks] to places and I just want to make sure that if I fall with the laptop in my bag, the case did everything in its ability to protect the laptop [screen in particular] anything more then that would be my fault and I accept the responsibility. But beforehand I do want to make sure the case I get is more than just a cushiony sleeve.

    Any suggestions?
    Thanks.
     
  2. Descalzo

    Descalzo Notebook Evangelist

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    I used an old samsonite briefcase with foam rubber in it. That was pretty effective. But it was so bulky that I never used it.
     
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    ninjakenzen Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yeah, ideally I wouldn't want a case that bulky. But I guess thats the trade-off for better protection.
     
  4. lichensoul

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    I use the neporene sleve that Dell offers for the m14x and then a back pack designed for a laptop. I have droped it and it did not get a scratch, It is quite protected in it.
     
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    doniGforce Notebook Geek

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    I use a swissgear backpack. It has a cushioned laptop compartment and it is in the inside (touching my back) so I think if you could find something like that, it's pretty well protected. Edit: so if your laptop breaks it means it protected you from braking your back :p :p
     
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    I think I have the same backpack as you doniGforce! It's a great bag, I use it for school and the laptop compartment is the perfect size for the M14x. It fits nice and snug in there :)
     
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    Thanks for your input guys, I'll take a look into it.
    :)
     
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    I'll take the neoprene + backpack.
     
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    That's ^ exactly what I ended up getting.:thumbsup:
     
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