[NTLK] Newton MP2100 leather carrying bag
srudy at cudc.org
Thu Feb 4 11:20:42 EST 2010
I have one of these. It is very handy for storing a complete pile of Newton stuff all in one hard to lose place. Things fit...sort of...in the right places. I added some stick on Velcro to my power supply and used some double sided velcro strapping to secure the cables in logical places. The quality of the "leather" on the inside of mine is poor at best. Any kind of serious use and the "leather" starts to peel right off. It is almost impossible to cram a PCCARD into each of the PCCard storage slots too. Maybe they are just for business cards!? The exterior quality of mine is as durable as any other leather laptop bag. The buckles and zippers are good quality too.
From: newtontalk-bounces at newtontalk.net [mailto:newtontalk-bounces at newtontalk.net] On Behalf Of Woody Smith
Sent: Thursday, February 04, 2010 9:03 AM
To: newtontalk at newtontalk.net
Subject: Re: [NTLK] Newton MP2100 leather carrying bag
Very nice buy. These used to go for $60+ on ebay when they showed up,
and very rarely.
I had one, it was quite nice gave the 2100 with keyboard a laptop like
functionality/. I sold it because it didn't fit my lifestyle.
Might have been called Newton portfolio or Newton briefcase.
On Feb 4, 2010, at 9:38 AM, Forrest Buffenmyer wrote:
> I've just purchased a leather carrying case for my Newton MP2100
> from an eBay listing. There are no identifying marks on it...I
> searched Google Images and found nothing. I'm curious if anyone in
> the Newton universe has ever seen anything like this (maybe you even
> own one like it).
> During my search I came across Sonny Hung's flickr page showing his
> collection of leather Newton accessories...there was one similar
> but I'm pretty sure that wasn't it.
> Does anyone know anything about this item?
> Thanks in advance,
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