Razer Computer Bag

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  1. darkloki

    darkloki Notebook Deity

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    I've been using laptops for the better part of the last 15 years maybe 12 years at this point I can't exactly remember. Over the course of those years I've almost always had some type of laptop backpack. My company gave us bags for years end for our group and I got probably the nicest computer bag that I have both ever seen and have ever used.

    I mean I never really talk or post about computer bags so this is a first for me.

    Anyways the bag is made by Tumi and the material is Carbon Fiber and is large enough that it can carry both my Razer Laptop and my Macbook easily and it has 4 wheels so it's easy to cart/move around. I'm going to have to polish and clean this bag just as often as my own laptop lol. But I really like this bag as it has in my opinion a very professional look.

    I highly recommend this bag, have a look:

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  2. Raidriar

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    I tried to keep the whole razer theme going and got their big backpack, which is actually pretty good as well for around 80$
     
  3. Joikansai

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    Hahaha remind me young Linus with his Razer backpack travel around Asia testing his Blade:biglaugh:
    First reaction: That’s nice one!
    After seeing the price: I’ll stick with this MacBook Pro 15 leather eBay rip €30 sleeve for a while:vbbiggrin:
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  4. darkloki

    darkloki Notebook Deity

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    What I like about my bag is that I can easily carry two laptops (Macbook and Razer Blade) and still have a very professional/cool look along with both power adapters. That's alot of stuff to be carrying around and to have a bag that can carry all of it is UBER nice...
     
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  5. GR8-Ride

    GR8-Ride Newbie

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    I carry my Razer Blade 15 in a Tumi bag as well, but it's one of the slim briefcases, and I'm pretty happy with it. I only carry the one laptop, though occasionally I'll bring either an iPad Pro or Surface Pro with me if I want a tablet (carried in a separate case).

    The other bag I'll use regularly is my Briggs & Riley medium briefcase. It's a big bigger than my Tumi, but not nearly as nice looking.


    Patrick
     
  6. evilras

    evilras Notebook Consultant

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    i use my Fjallraven greenland top. Lovely little backpack thats acceptable as BA personal luggage. The little laptop pocket is padded on 1 side, and suspended so it doesn't touch the floor. Perfect as a light overnight bag when i travel to see my mates! And i have a 5 year old targus 14" proper laptop bag thats far too big for jut a laptop, but the blade fits in the pocket perfectly.
     
  7. Terreos

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    I used Razers sleeve for my Blade 14 and just used my amazon basics backpack. The sleeve is very nice actually. But since Razer makes their laptops smaller than the competition it's basically usless outside of Razer products. I'm gonna need something bigger now that I'm going for a larger laptop. :confused:
     
  8. Assault

    Assault Notebook Evangelist

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    Late to the party, but I also use Tumi backpacks on the daily. Best quality and craftsmanship on any bags I've ever used. The Nellis is my go-to, its sized barely bigger than the Blade and the side pockets fit the power adapter. On the cheaper side, I'd recommend OGIO. Lots of functionality and quality for their lower prices.
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  9. Joikansai

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    This mousepad case destductor 2 fit well according user on Razer forum, a bit expensive but you got free mousepad:D
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