Post By PGJohnson
Anyone Out There have a Lenovo X220? Which bag do you use?
I really want to get a Co-Pilot for my X220 but the width measurements say it is a 1/2 inch too big. That said, the web and forums are full of testimony about what they've fit into their Co-Pilots and there is even a a few folks (but their not on the forum so I don't know about the veracity) that say it is a perfect fit.
For now I'll just use the Synapse (arrives in three days) but if you have experience with both or just cramming you're Co-Pilot I'd appreciate it.
Tom is designing the Pilot, a bigger Co-Pilot for laptop owners.
The Co-Pilot came on the scene when the iPad and Macbook Air were first introduced, it is perfect as a minimalist briefcase/purse for minimalist electronic needs. It's line are very classic and chic perfect for a business casual or even a suit work environment.
However, some people have to carry laptops and legal size paper which are bigger than what the Co-Pilot fit in.
For this Tom has designed the lovely Cadet which is very briefcase like, every time I look at it I think of the great Law TV shows: "LA Law". "Family Law" and "Judging Amy" when the characters had substance and the lines were well written.
The Cadet is a perfect minimalist briefcase and it is checkpoint friendly.
I don't have a Co-Pilot but I played with one at the store, it is just beautiful, while you can fit soft stuff that might be a little tight, I don't think you can do that with a laptop but since the dimension are external ones, I don't know.
I am sure Kathy, Brian or Darcy will check your post or another forum member will check your post and give you an answer.
Thanks backpack. Good to know TB will be coming out with a larger version of the co-pilot. Might save my money for the big brother/sister. Meanwhile I await the arrival of my Synapse like a kid at Christmas! : )
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