laptops that can survive cycling around in a backpack?

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  1. dodgyomni

    dodgyomni New Member

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    im looking to purchase a laptop that can survive the rigors of the bumps and jolts of being biked around in my backpack while i run errands and get around in my day to day on my bike?
     
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    kdelong Well-Known Member

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    Most any laptop will survive the bumps that most people encounter while riding. Now if you hit curbs full on or go down alot, then all bets are off.
     
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    Buy any laptop with a good warranty and Accident Protection and you'll have no worries. Just stay away from Sony laptops because Sony electronics are unreliable.
     
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    decca234uk New Member

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    I'd go for as small as possible. Get a pannier or bag with a special laptop pocket and you shouldn't have any problems with new laptops. I use an Acer and I've dropped it and dropped things onto it and it still works ok. So far anyway.
     
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    Hi, I don't like to bring my notebook with me, because it is too heavy, I prefer the laptop I assembled, because my assembled notebook can adjust the performance of the notebook according to my own preferences.
     
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