[funsec] Way OT: Multiple laptop backpack?

Jon Kibler Jon.Kibler at aset.com
Thu Apr 23 22:06:39 CDT 2009


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Hi,

Okay, I admit that this is WAY OFF from the topic of "fun security", but
I have spent most of the evening with our friend Google and have got
nothing to show for my efforts, so I hope someone here knows the answer...

I am consistently stuck carrying at least two laptops. Sometimes, such
as when I am doing pen testing demos, I get stuck carrying more than two
laptops. I am looking for a backpack or rollerboard that was designed to
carry two or more 17" laptops (MBPs or ThinkPads). Can anyone recommend
a good product?

Sorry for the off-topic post, but I could not think of any other group
that would stand any chance of having a similar problem to deal with, so
I was hoping someone here had found an answer!

Jon
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