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    The amazing Imago!

    I have been using my Imago daily as laptop bag for a while now, and I wanted to post my every day packing list, as well as a few examples of what the Imago can really do. On average, I carry the following items:

    11" Macbook Air in a Thule Sleeve
    Apple iPad in a sleeve
    Macbook Air charger with a twelve-south Plug-Bug iPad charger
    External HDD in a Tom Bihn padded pouch
    a couple pouches with assorted connectors and cables



    Worst case, I was able to hold far more:
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    Last edited by OrionLethe; 05-05-2012 at 07:48 PM.
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    That's a really useful picture--thanks for posting. I have a Synapse on order for mid-June, but I've been eyeing the Imago as a light travel/camera bag. It looks like it could also handle those days when I have to carry more books or detritus than can fit comfortably in my MCB, but not so much I would need to bust out a backpack.

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    I gave away my Imago steel/wasabi for 2 reasons: 1) the color never grew on me; 2) I packed too much, just because . Even with the Absolute strap, when I carry as much load as OrionLethe's, my body thanks me for busting out the Synapse .

    For my micro 4/3, I love the Co-Pilot as a camera bag. But I do often wish that it were an inch wider, an taller.

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    @OrionLethe: I love my Imago too. What on earth is a twelve south plug bug charger?!

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    If you are Macoid Shiva you will love it!

    Plugbug

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    I love the Plugbug, it allows me to only carry one charger instead of two, not to mention it saves wall outlets

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    looked it up....cool. pretty cool. although they don't give you the extension cord, or the charge cable. I guess the apple chargers are so tiny anyhow. but it would be easier to take this and a cable and charge a phone and an ipad etc., cool concept....amazing how many paraphernalia industries have been spawned around the MAC! Yup: I am a mac person. i still have the old Mac Classic---from 1987!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiva View Post
    looked it up....cool. pretty cool. although they don't give you the extension cord, or the charge cable. I guess the apple chargers are so tiny anyhow. but it would be easier to take this and a cable and charge a phone and an ipad etc., cool concept....amazing how many paraphernalia industries have been spawned around the MAC! Yup: I am a mac person. i still have the old Mac Classic---from 1987!!!
    Right there with you. My first was a Mac128. I drifted away into PCs for awhile but I am happy to be Mac!


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