[funsec] Way OT: Multiple laptop backpack?
Aryeh Goretsky (home)
goretsky at gmail.com
Fri Apr 24 04:03:29 CDT 2009
The Tom Bihn BrainBag with LapDog sleeves has been recommended on the
ThinkPad mailing list for toting two ThinkPads.
Here are some other manufacturers you might want to look at:
*(denotes a brand I've used/been happy with)
You may end up needing to go with a bag from one vendor and interior sleeves
At 11:31 PM 4/23/2009, you wrote:
>From: Jon Kibler <Jon.Kibler at aset.com>
>To: "'funsec'" <funsec at linuxbox.org>
>Date: Thu, 23 Apr 2009 23:06:39 -0400
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>Subject: [funsec] Way OT: Multiple laptop backpack?
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>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 R. Kibler
>Chief Technical Officer
>Advanced Systems Engineering Technology, Inc.
>Charleston, SC USA
>c: 843-813-2924 (NEW!)
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