15.6 Inch Laptop Sleeve,LOVPHONE Notebook Computer Case Cover For Macbook Pro/Lenovo/ASUS/Samsung/Acer/HP and All 15 Inch Notebooks,Slim-fit Briefcase Carrying Bag/Pouch(Black)

15.6 Inch Laptop Sleeve,LOVPHONE Notebook Computer Case Cover For Macbook Pro/Lenovo/ASUS/Samsung/Acer/HP and All 15 Inch Notebooks,Slim-fit Briefcase Carrying Bag/Pouch(Black)

Fully compatible with laptop computers with the size of 15-15.6" such as Macbook Pro/ Lenovo/ ASUS/ Samsung/ Acer/ HP as well as laptops from other brands
Protects laptop/netbook from dust, shocks, bumps, scrapes ,scratches and spills
Slim and lightweight; does not bulk your laptop up and can easily slide into your briefcase, backpack, or other bag
Top-loading zipper on the sleeve glides smoothly and allows convenient access to your laptop
Product Dimensions:16.4 x 11 x 1.2 inches

Posted by lovphonecompany on 2017-08-14 09:44:23

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My Hot Computer……

My Hot Computer......

Yesterday my computer quit all of a sudden and when it came back on it said it quit because it was too hot. I guess I was out of line when I replied by saying that yes, you are an nice computer but you’re not all that hot! At that point it made a nasty remark and just shut down. So I realized we were talking about two different kinds of hotness. I found out that over time the cooling fins can become clogged with dust and I guess I shouldn’t be surprised that to get to the cooling fins on a laptop you have to disassemble the whole blasted thing! Thanks to some kind youtubers I was able to take it apart, clean the clogged fins and reassemble it. The best part is that it WORKS and I didn’t have any left over parts this time! (I usually have left over parts when I work on things…..and the things I work on usually don’t work again!). So I’m a pretty happy camper this morning and my computer is looking hot but not acting hot!

Posted by Mr_Camera71 on 2017-03-25 14:21:31

Tagged: , computer; , laptop; , repair; , aedimages; , Samsung

Can You Believe a Laptop Briefcase Can Be Made Out of Pallets ?

Can You Believe a Laptop Briefcase Can Be Made Out of Pallets ?


This laptop case was made out of necessity. I wanted a hard clamshell-style case that would be durable enough to be strapped down onto my motorcycle. Even the "hard" cases would squish and let my larger laptop get scratched. I always save the scraps and trimmings from the nicer woods that we’ve managed to get from pallets, and have become intrigued with inlay and veneers, so I thought if I was going to do it, I might as well have some fun.
I used some thin plywood as the base material for the flat surfaces, and then looked for as many wood scraps as I could find that had defects, interesting features, knot holes, etc., and then sliced them fairly thin with a band saw. I hand-fitted them with a small hand plane so they’d fit snug, and then glued them all down onto the plywood (like the 1/8" thick plywood – very thin and flexible). I did one side – the top side like a crazy quilt and just had a lot of fun with it. The bottom I wanted to do a modified sunburst, because I had a branch of pecan that was dry and I sliced it in thin strips. It was beautiful! I liked that some of the pieces even had some of the bark intact, and left it that way.
Once both of the patterns were done, I then built a top and bottom frame from Redwood and adjusted the thickness to fit my 10.2" Toshiba Radius with a little room to spare so I can carry a small polishing cloth for the screen. I also built it a few inches wider so I could store the power cord, a mini-mouse and a spare flash drive, etc. Measurements? Drawings? Naw. That’s for people who pre-plan, know what they’re doing, and can execute it flawlessly. That’s not me. I’m just having fun. I got it to fit my laptop the way I wanted, and when the top/bottom panels were thoroughly dry, I trimmed them to the right size and then attached them to the frames. I applied trim to hide the slightly rough edges,
When it was all assembled into the top and bottom pieces, I then sanded it all as smooth as possible, patched some of the wood defects or gaps, and then allowed it to dry. I re-sanded all the way down to 600-grit, and then after removing the dust, began applying oil-based gloss polyurethane. Between each coat, I’d dry it and then sand it gently with 600-grit. I applied a total of five layers.
I lined it with an old laptop neoprene sleeve that I didn’t like from my larger computer. I cut it to fit and glued it in with some 3M spray adhesive. I trimmed it with some small brass corners and attached two little latches – so those, along with the two hinges were the only things I had to buy it.
I’m excited to walk into the office carrying it into the office to see the reactions from my coworkers.

Posted by irecyclart on 2016-01-19 11:39:28

Tagged: , briefcase , diy , laptop , oak , pallet , pine , wood

Surgery Part 1

Surgery Part 1

The old Toshiba Latptop is showing it’s age (4 yrs old as my primary computer?)…but of all the laptops I’ve ever had, this one is the best. Oh well…it’s time is coming soon I know. For a while now the fan has been rattling at me, and yesterday it started going super-critical heatwise. It shutdown a couple times even with speed-step (power throttling) enabled. When it did it again today, I decided it was time to open her up fully and see if I could get at the fan.


Posted by eclectic echoes on 2006-03-14 01:11:29

Tagged: , Crash Boom Bam , ratatatatatatat , laptop , issues , fan , dirt , dust , bad news