My iPad travel gear

Discussion in 'iPad DIY' started by thehatguy, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. thehatguy

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    The smaller zippered case is a nicely padded HP netbook case. Purchased off of Amazon.

    The larger zippered handle Ogio tote is one I get from one of my wholesale suppliers. The handle make the whole package a breeze to carry. A nice velcro sealed pocket on the front allows for additional storage.

    Owning my own embroidery business allows me to customize my products.

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  2. cindy1985

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    The quality is good?
     
  3. Joker

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    Awesome iPad travel gear, the bag would of been better if you could carry it on your back though.
     
  4. King Hal

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    Looks nice and safe
     
  5. baja

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    Looks awesome. Good job
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    I'm really happy with the 10" Power Laptop sleeve from Outdoor Products. I got it at REI for $22 and it comfortably fits my iPad with the Apple case, my Bluetooth keyboard and my Clear 4G Hotspot. I also have the camera connection kit, usb cable and power pack in there as well.

    It has a shoulder strap that can be attached for "landscape" or "portrait" carrying. I looked around a lot for something that would fit it all but wouldn't be as big as a laptop bag, this was a perfect find.

    I looked at the REI Tech Wrap sleeve and the lack of space for some accessories and especially a shoulder strap was what turned me off. Also it was a few bucks more.
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    #6 jays0n, Sep 7, 2010
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  7. thehatguy

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    Very nice!

    John
     
  8. Dale C.

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    Looks pretty solid package for traveling.
     
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    That is some pretty intense padding, I love it! I need to find a case of some sort for mine...
     
  10. tzimisce

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    This is the slim, minimalist backpack I use for my iPad (and/or laptop):

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    It's streamlined enough that I can even wear it under my jacket without being noticeable, and the broad straps distribute weight even across the shoulders. The entire surface is crafted from a single piece of neoprene, which gives it its distinctive "bulletproof vest" look.

    I got it from Amazon, which is still having its crazy discounts (could be clearance sale) -- Built NY Built Large Laptop Back Pack
     
    #10 tzimisce, Nov 17, 2010
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