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    Default Zeroshock laptop sleeve

    Anyone know where still have sell Zeroshock laptop sleeve other than eastgear?
    Need one for 14 inch lappie.
    Went to challanger at funan and was told no more bringing in stocks.
    And btw do you guys use hand carry or slot into bag when laptop is in sleeve?

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    I think i got mine at eastgear for about $40?... I normally put it in my backpack but can hand carry cause got the wirerunning around the edge for additional protction
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    how does it protect the laptop? The metal wire absorbs the shock?
    Im mused bout the bag.
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    The padding used also helps to absorb the shock. It's not the normal foam but some funny material that deforms when pressure is applied and slowly goes back into shape (supposed to be able to disperse more impact or something). Only use mine when I don't have anything else other than my laptop to carry. Try looking around in Sim Lim. I bought mine a year ago at one of those shops selling mostly PDA accessories.

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    i think the computer shop at Causeway point has it....saw afew the other day.
    There's only 2 com shops there, go check it out.
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    Default Re: Zeroshock laptop sleeve

    Thanks all,i got mine.
    Not zeroshock but other brand with the same type of material that deform when compress and slowly get back into shape.

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    Default Re: Zeroshock laptop sleeve

    EastGear's one is selling at $33, but is the size too big for my IBM T43?

    Dimensions on the EastGear websites state:
    Interior (W x D x H): 330 x 45 x 260 mm)

    IBM T43 dimensions is at:
    Height 25.4 mm
    Depth 255 mm
    Width 311 mm


    Or are there different sizes to choose from?
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    Default Re: Zeroshock laptop sleeve

    Quote Originally Posted by +evenstar
    EastGear's one is selling at $33, but is the size too big for my IBM T43?

    Dimensions on the EastGear websites state:
    Interior (W x D x H): 330 x 45 x 260 mm)

    IBM T43 dimensions is at:
    Height 25.4 mm
    Depth 255 mm
    Width 311 mm


    Or are there different sizes to choose from?
    yup,there is 3 sizes if i remember correctly.
    12" , 14" and 15"

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    My 14.1 fits the 14 inch one nicely...
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    Default Re: Zeroshock laptop sleeve

    i email eastgear and got a reply that they have no stock for the A4 one that fits my laptop...any shops that sell theses sleeves in funan?

    how is this zeroshock comparable to the Dicota Originals UltraSkin?

    Dicota Originals UltraSkin 14-inch/15-inch

    # Manufactured from a special, shock-absorbing polyutherane or 'memory-foam' which fits notebooks like a glove and is water-repellent.

    # The inside of the zipper has extra protection to prevent scratches.

    # Fits Notebooks up to 340 by 290 by 40mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Denosha
    The padding used also helps to absorb the shock. It's not the normal foam but some funny material that deforms when pressure is applied and slowly goes back into shape (supposed to be able to disperse more impact or something)
    It's called memory foam.

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