It is built to give your 10-incher the utmost protection with a moulded foam exterior. It also has a pocket for the power brick which many competing netbook cases forgot to include. I also like the fact that you can turn the shoulder strap into a backpack of sorts and you can put other gadgets in the bag. Should be the perfect case for the Microsoft Courier or until then a Kindle. T-Pain would be proud of the T-Pack, Timbuk2. [Timbutk2]
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