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  • Curmudgeon
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    Then again, with tablet computers being so slim, perhaps a slightly padded pocket could actually be sewn into the middle of a Tri-Star? If not used, it wouldn't take up much room, but would be extremely convenient for those that only want to take a long a small tablet.

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  • Curmudgeon
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    Originally posted by dorayme View Post
    what about clips on the cache that can be clipped onto o-rings. . . like the organizer pouches and the stuff sacks, but 2 clips vs. just one.
    Or 4 clips, one at each corner. To be hooked with elastic straps to the 4 corners of the case. This again, should allow the cache to float within the case.

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  • Darcy
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    Originally posted by Curmudgeon View Post
    I'm thinking more along the lines of an iPad rather than a laptop. the Brain Cell seems like overkill - and it's quite large. Now if you're planning on building an iPad sized Brain Cell...
    Ahh, I'd recommend putting the iPad in its Cache in the (top) deepest of the three front pockets of the Tri-Star. Or, on the left side of the divider in the first compartment of the Tri-Star. The iPad in its Cache fits nicely in either spot.

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  • dorayme
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    what about clips on the cache that can be clipped onto o-rings. . . like the organizer pouches and the stuff sacks, but 2 clips vs. just one.

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  • Curmudgeon
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    Originally posted by Darcy View Post
    We definitely recommend using a Brain Cell in the Tri-Star -- they're designed to work with each other. There's no elegant way to add webbing loops to the Cache. Additionally, the hard corrugated plastic shell of the Brain Cell protects your laptop from the Annex clip -- the Cache doesn't have a corrugated plastic shell (it's simply padding) and pressing your laptop against the Annex clip might not be a good thing for your laptop.
    I'm thinking more along the lines of an iPad rather than a laptop. the Brain Cell seems like overkill - and it's quite large. Now if you're planning on building an iPad sized Brain Cell...

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  • Darcy
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    We definitely recommend using a Brain Cell in the Tri-Star -- they're designed to work with each other. There's no elegant way to add webbing loops to the Cache. Additionally, the hard corrugated plastic shell of the Brain Cell protects your laptop from the Annex clip -- the Cache doesn't have a corrugated plastic shell (it's simply padding) and pressing your laptop against the Annex clip might not be a good thing for your laptop.

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  • Curmudgeon
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    Loops on Cache

    How about adding loops to the Cache so that it can be easily hung on the annex clips (in the Tri-Start)? Would this then allow the Cache to float within the case?
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