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Ultimate Geek


Topic # 23781 8-Jul-2008 21:33
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Does anyone know where I can get a Slip case for the TC1100 Laptop?

I have called HP, HP's NZ reseller, Harvey Norman and Targus and gone to Harvey Norman, Noell Leeming, DSE and Wharehouse Stationary.

I want one of the cases that just holds the laptop and nothing else.

The dimensions are:

Width: 8.5"
Depth: 10.8"
Height: 0.8"




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Master Geek


  Reply # 147211 12-Jul-2008 19:10
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Here are the cases HP list for the TC, none of them are slip units. Any idea if they are made by HP or a 3rd party?

Cases

HP Entry Value
DC914A
Executive Leather
PA847A
HP Sport Backpack
DG102A
Tablet Portable Grip
DK504A
Tablet Rugged Case
DK503A



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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 147214 12-Jul-2008 19:16
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I believe that Targus make HP or at least alot of HP's cases, Targus make them and ship them off to HP to distrobute, Where did you find them? the only ones that I could find on the HP website were no longer available.




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