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backpack for a 17" laptop?

What do you folks use? Does Ogio make something that'll swallow a 17" MacBook?

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I have the US-20 & US10 bags as well as the R15 backpack (you'd need one of the bigger backpacks for that laptop but they are GREAT bags)
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I just received my Axio Fuse hardpack.....and i love it!!
It comfortably fits in a 15inch Laptop but not sure about the 17inch.
Plenty of room and compartments for all sorts of gear and really comfortable, and great quality.

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For what it's worth, I ended up going with the Ogio No Drag backpack. It's snug, but the 17" Macbook does fit. I had considered the Axio's, but couldn't find much of a selection, locally.

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