Exactly! That's why I'd like to see the bag with the 15" one inside it, so I could judge whether the 16" one would fit.The 16” is a little larger than the classic 15”, and most business bags were practically designed around that machine.
I can't, unfortunately.Can you try it in in-store?
The question is though, how tight?It would say that it should fit, even if it will be a tight one.
Perfect! Thank you, Bull!
It won't fit then. The height of both bags is the same (27cm), but my laptop is taller than her husband's (~2cm), so the bag woulnd't zip with my laptop inside it, especially with its case on.This bag was just 37x27 cm, the Business is a little wider.
Yes, but in order for you to zip one side of the bag (with the laptop inside it), you'd need to pull or stretch it a bit (so the thingy that zips can run over the laptop), which would make the other side of the bag shorter/smaller. That's why it wouldn't zip. On paper it's just a 0.5cm difference, but in reality it's actually a ~2cm difference (as it would be impossible to zip the bag without pulling or stretching it a bit).According to the official Apple specs, the 16" is only 0,5 cm taller and 1 cm wider
Which one? I can't find any, neither at my country's briefcase stores nor at any other country's briefcase stores that ship worldwide. If I order the iCare or the PDV GM today, it will take about 40 days for it to arrive (according to LV), and I just can't wait that long. I'm seriously considering buying a 13" laptop, as there seems to be no proper briefcase for a 16" one. :/have a generic laptop bag for those few weeks until it arrives.
Sorry, but that's not true.
Well, neither online nor at any shops I've ever been to (both here in my country and abroad) does Apple sell any briefcase or bag.Where I live, most Apple resellers do.
But yes, most of them are cheap. But that was the point. Not to spend €2000 just for something temporary.
But if you can buy 2 sets of bag+notebook, that is wonderful.
I love the Damier Graphite PDV though, but I do agree the Dandy Ombre is way more elegant. I just find the Dandy a bit too overpriced and not really 'necessary' (many people who work with me, and even a few of our billionaire clients, do use the PDV, so it wouldn't be an issue at all).Sorry, since we are all just nicknames and I did not know your status and your work, I just wanted to be practical with something that would fit most members here. But I understand your concern. But since your job is like that and you mentioned those bags, both the Taurillon Armand or the Dandy Ombre are way more elegant than a Monogram PDV. Those are high-end Vuitton, both of them. Understated, true luxury. I highly recommend them, and yes, you are right, the Dandy seems to be more spacious for the large MacBook Pro.