Sleeves, Backpacks and Cases that would fit the Alienware M18xR1/R2/18

Discussion in 'Alienware 18 and M18x' started by joecait, Apr 29, 2011.

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  1. Räy

    Räy Guest

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    I will be toting my m18x all around campus so I was wondering on what I should do about carrying it. I have had some minor back problems from a few years ago, I was a sports camp counselor for 3 years when I was 13-16 doing way too heavy lifting at that age. Currently I can handle up to 25 lbs.(Calculus Book+Calculus Review Book+Lunch) in my current backpack that has managed to take my abuse for 4 years. I'm kinda tight on money so I was wondering on what to get.

    Use a near perfect condition Eddie Bauer Backpack with P-Tac Matrix sleeves for iPad, Netbook, Macbook, Laptops and Gamer Laptops
    or something equal inside biggest compartment

    KAMPUS Duffle Laptop Backpacks by SLAPPA

    STOVEPIPE Duffle Backpacks by SLAPPA

    ALIENWARE Alienware Orion M18x Backpack - TSA Friendly : Gaming: Console | Dell

    I know a lot of people trust Slappa for backpacks but i was wondering about how the Duffle laptop bag actually fit. I think that the orion is obviously going to be a big hit but at $120 I think it's a bit much.
     
  2. hoofhearted

    hoofhearted Notebook Evangelist

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    I have mine in my Slappa Hardbody Pro case and I don't find it to be a tight fit.

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    Edit:
    (And the power supply does fit fine)
     
  3. joecait

    joecait Notebook Deity

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    Thanks. Good to know.
     
  4. mloney87

    mloney87 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Does it fit the power brick as well hoofhearted?
     
  5. cookinwitdiesel

    cookinwitdiesel Retired Bencher

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    I owe you all some pictures of the M18x in the various members of my backpack collection. Will get those up tonight for you all ;)
     
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    FXi Notebook Deity

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    cookinwitdiesel Retired Bencher

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    I still owe pictures :(

    My bad :(
     
  9. JCrichton

    JCrichton Notebook Evangelist

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    I'll confirm it.

    Taken with my phone just now so they are kinda crummy. First one is just the M18x in the bag and the second is with the PSU, powercord and manual. Plus a wireless mouse. :D

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    cookinwitdiesel Retired Bencher

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    So that is the M17x Orion bag? I have the original Orion backpack (non-TSA) as well as the M18x Orion Backpack, I will compare those 2 as well as a Mobile Edge Premium Backpack I have (the Orion bags are also made by Mobile Edge)
     
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