First off I have to say that I think I may have found the most impressive computer bag that I have ever used and that the bag, although it looks small on the outside, holds all of the stuff detailed below along with having a pocket big enough for a 15" MacBook Pro, which, those of you that have MacBook Pros, know is no small feat. In most cases I would go and link to a picture on the manufacturer's site instead of taking a picture of the bag myself, but I guess the bag is so new that the manufacturer doesn't have any pictures of it yet, so I am including my own pictures below.
When fully loaded, the bag contains all of the following items:
- 15" MacBook Pro
- Apple MagSafe charger
- AirPort Express (I use the AirPort to charge all of my USB devices, including my iPod)
- iPod Video with headphones
- Nokia 770
- Cannon Elph SD400
- 4GB thumb drive (I have one of those SanDisk ones where the USB part retracts, which, having bent USB connectors before, is pretty cool)
- USB to mini-USB cable
- iPod USB cable
- Nokia 770 charging cable
- Cannon battery charger (works for the SD400, but the SD500 has a different battery -- so lame)
- Retractable CAT5 cable
- CAT5 crossover adapter (I am surprised at how many times I've used this)
- Retractable telephone cord (I don't know why I have this as I do not have a dial-up ISP, but let's just say I have it in case I ever need to send a fax)
- Moleskine 6-pocket organizer (I use this to sort receipts and business cards)
- Moleskine unlined notebook
- 3 clear folders from the Container Store that have those elastic straps on them so stuff doesn't fall out (great to be able to see the contents through the clear plastic)
- Mechanical pencil
- Click eraser
- Business cards
- Quarters (you can always use quarters)
- Dollar bills (always handy)
- Eyeglass case (nice to not scratch your glasses when you put them in your bag to go through airport security)
- Eyeglass polishing cloth (stores inside the case and useful for removing fingerprints)
When I am flying, I generally also have the following:
- Bottle or 2 of water depending on the length of the flight
The amazing thing about the Oakley bag is that it looks so slim when it's completely loaded up -- everything except the MacBook Pro is in the bag in the pictures and it's hard to tell that there's that much stuff in it.
Oakley's Computer Bag 2.0 has a suggested retail of $150.00 and is available for sure at the Oakley Store in Cherry Creek Mall in Denver.
Trackback to this link and tell me what's in your bag.
UPDATE: I found it on the Apple online store as well listed as "Oakley Computer Brief ." (if the link doesn't work, just go to the Apple Store and search "Oakley")
I bought a AP Computer bag at just $120 by using Oakley Promotional Codes.....
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