Sony FS550 accessories

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  1. snake

    snake Newbie

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    Hello everyone,

    This is my first post in this forum, which I am glad I found. I have 2 questions and hoping you will be able to help me.

    1)I just ordered a new Sony FS550. This is my first laptop since I've been using desktop forever. I don't know what neccessary accessories I need to consider buying ( I mean ONLY very very important accessories) because I am kind of limit in my budget right now [:)]
    Here's the list that I thought of:
    -Battery (standard or extended)
    -Port replicator
    -Backpack/carrying case
    -Sleeve
    -Cordless mouse
    -Screen protector
    -Other things
    Which of these things are most important and I should buy? Thanks

    2) Another thing is that I currently having a desktop that hard-wired to a wireless router (to play my Xbox). Now I am selling my desktop, will I be able to use the wireless router by itself to connect WIRELESSLY to both my Xbox and FS550?

    Thank you in advance.
     
  2. snake

    snake Newbie

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    first post and no one bothers to reply me [:(!]

    anyway ignore question 2. I learned it's ok to do that.
     
  3. Flyboy

    Flyboy Notebook Guru

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    I am also looking for a sleeve that will fit a Sony FS550. Having a hard time finding one that fit the 15.4 in size. The Sumdex had one but it was off by about an inch and I am not sure if it is flexiable at all. Any help on other sleeves would be great.
    Thanks,
    Flyboy
     
  4. Brian

    Brian Working at 486 Speed NBR Reviewer

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    www.spireusa.com has good sleeves, along with Booq. The Sumdex are flexible, but an inch might be a bit much.

    Brian

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