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Need a Hard Case?

To answer some of the "hard" questions out there, we have put together some information on laptop protection. First off, like equiptalk said, if you're going to step on your laptop containing back pack, you may as well strap a safe to your back. luckily, these "safes" actually exist. one brand i find very sleek looking is AXIO. there are others as well, but perhaps the "Fuse" line would be my choice. the Hard back protects anything from PDA's to laptops, to MP3 players, because the interior is customizable. it has headphone ports, soft lined interiors and straps to hold pretty much everything. look into these if you are in need of some protection from daily wear and tear. Suggested retail price 139.95 USD [equipbug and equiptrack]

Here is a REVIEW on AXIO bags by ATPM.com
More Info on FUSE HERE:

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Fuse Big

For the more "Biker" look, there's the Swift. it's more aerodynamic and has the same 1200 cubic inches of storage. More info HERE:
P1 2 P1 1 P1 3

photos courtesy of www.axio-usa.com
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