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Whas The Best Backpack For The G750JM Under $200?

gbman11
Level 7
Hello I was wondering what is the best bag for the G750JM?
I know there is the ASUS Republic of Gamers Shuttle Backpack for 17" G-Series Notebooks
and Everki Beacon Laptop Backpack with Gaming Console Sleeve, Fits up to 18-Inch (EKP117NBKCT)
And Everki Titan Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack Fits Up to 18.4-Inch Laptops (EKP120)
However The Titan is a bit expensive I was wondering what was better.
I have been thinking about getting the Beacon but I was wondering what your advice what your Opinion was?
Also If there is any other bag suggestions that would be great. Thanks
-Gbman11
Asus G750JM
CPU Inter Core I7-4700HQ
GPU: Nvidia GTX 880M
RAM: 12 GB DDR3 1600 MHZ
OS: WIndows 8.1
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gbman11
Level 7
Sorry For typo in the title I mean What's*
Asus G750JM
CPU Inter Core I7-4700HQ
GPU: Nvidia GTX 880M
RAM: 12 GB DDR3 1600 MHZ
OS: WIndows 8.1

hmscott
Level 12
gbman11 wrote:
Hello I was wondering what is the best bag for the G750JM?
I know there is the ASUS Republic of Gamers Shuttle Backpack for 17" G-Series Notebooks
and Everki Beacon Laptop Backpack with Gaming Console Sleeve, Fits up to 18-Inch (EKP117NBKCT)
And Everki Titan Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack Fits Up to 18.4-Inch Laptops (EKP120)
However The Titan is a bit expensive I was wondering what was better.
I have been thinking about getting the Beacon but I was wondering what your advice what your Opinion was?
Also If there is any other bag suggestions that would be great. Thanks
-Gbman11


Gbman11, the Everki's are nice, but Asus made the Nomad backpack specifically for the oversized 17" ROG laptops 🙂

http://www.asus.com/us/Computer_Bags/ASUS_ROG_NOMAD_BACKPACK/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9XTT9uGUAk

http://rog.asus.com/303602014/laptop-backpacks/rog-nomad-versus-shuttle-backpacks/

http://rog.asus.com/299842014/laptop-backpacks/pr-asus-announces-the-rog-nomad-backpack/

My G750JH fits great in the Nomad, and I can fit my wireless keyboard, headphones, Mac, Android tablet, phone, cables, power adapters, and a bunch of other stuff and the Nomad stays in shape and holds on my back great - doesn't slide around.

I wouldn't get another backpack now 🙂

I also use an Oakley Kitchen Sink @ $200, but has lasted through 5 years of laptops starting with the 18" ROG W90VP-A1 with hardly any wear...check it out.

http://www.oakley.com/en/search?text=kitchen%20sink

Please come back and let us know what you got and how you like it 🙂

gbman11
Level 7
Thank you for the suggestion hmscott. I will probably go with the ROG Nomad due to it guaranteeing it being able to fit my laptop thanks for showing this bag to me.
-Gbman11
Asus G750JM
CPU Inter Core I7-4700HQ
GPU: Nvidia GTX 880M
RAM: 12 GB DDR3 1600 MHZ
OS: WIndows 8.1