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. Awhispersecho

    Awhispersecho Notebook Evangelist

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    I have the vindicator briefcase. It's pretty nice. I also have a neoprene sleeve that works as well. I don't remember the brand at the moment and will not be back home til Wednesday night. I can get the info to you then if u want. Got it from eBay though.
     
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    Well I got my A18 and was going through all of my backpacks and found one that works that I didn't see listed on the post. Its a High Sierra Publicpak. It fits but it will not fit in the designated laptop area, you have to place it in the main compartment. I think I got this bag on newegg a while back for around $15 and boy is it ugly, lol. Seeing as the laptop is not very protected, I would suggest a sleeve. Just figured maybe people were looking for a cheap bag to use for that once a month that you take the beast into the real world.

    Here is a link to it from the manufacturer.
    http://shop.highsierra.com/backpack...?dwvar_58419XXXX_color=Crimson#sz=12&start=33
     
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    Several of the backpack mentioned here isn't available on amazon or isn't a backpack.

    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...-would-fit-the-alienware-m18xr1-r2-18.574543/



    Amazon doesn't have any other option for confirmed backpack (that has good padding and protection) aside from the Vindicator 18 which had some low ratings because of bad quality control / material strength (or so they say)

    Anyone have a suggestion backpack that can actually fit an Alienware 18, sold on amazon, and doesn't break the bank?
     
  4. Zoltan@HIDevolution

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    Not for sale anywhere in the US, except a few ebay sellers which I'm not willing to trust.
     
  6. Mr. Fox

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    Everki Titan is a good choice, and I think Targus makes one.

    I merged your new thread and put it in the M18x forum where it would be seen by more people that own the right machine. Not everyone that owns an 18" beast makes a habit of reading new posts in the main forum.
     
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    I recently got myself an Everiki Titan and the build quality and the size of the backpack, features are superb. Still gotta go around and test in in transit...
     
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    Anything cheaper than the titan? It's 160+tax on amazon :|
     
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    Maybe Orion or the Vindicator from Alienware..
     
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    Well, considering that one had a lot of negative reviews on Amazon...

    I'll think about it
     
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