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Mobile Kit. (Exploration Stage)

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Current Solution and Tools I use as a mobile kit.

 

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Humble uninspiring breifcase, single handle with combination locks for security. The outer pocket just visible on the right end wall usually contains and High Vis jacket.

 

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Top down view showing layout of contents.

 

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Starting from the Top Left moving clockwise

  • Pencil Case
  • HP NW8440 Laptop (WUXGA 1920x1200 resolution screen, T2600, 4Gb ram, ATi FireGL V5200, 80Gb Intel 320 SSD, Dualboot Win7 and Ubuntu 12.10)
  • Expandable Document Roll (Hard plastic shell)
  • Telephoto Camera Lens case made from Neoprene to store Laptop Power cables (Black Blob)
  • 10in netbook Skin (shown below)
  • A5 Plain paper Note book.journal
  • Blue case (shown below)
  • 120Gb external HDD (Stores Music/audiobooks/Ebooks&PDF/Software
  • Silica Gel (keeps the case dry)
  • 10Ft tape measure
  • Digital Caliper
  • Quick brush tip Colour pens (nothing fancy, just quick colour)
  • Sprung Stainless steel ruler
  • Scientific calculator

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10in Netbook sleeve perfect for the Wacom Bamboo

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Small pencil case contents

  • 0.5 & 0.9 2H Mechanical refills
  • Swann-Morton #10a spare blade
  • Paint brush for cleaning/dusting
  • Swann-Morton Number 10 Scalpel
  • Mechanical Erasure
  • 0.5 Mechanical Pencil
  • 0.9 Mechanical Pencil
  • Bullet tipped Black Sharpie
  • Black Pilot V5 Hi-Tecpoint
  • Black Ballpoint
  • Red Ballpoint
  • Classic #2 Yellow Pencil

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Blue case

  • USB to MicroUSB (connect phone to laptop)
  • Microsoft Bluetooth Mouse (Full size mouse for ergonomics)
  • 3dconnexion spacenavigator (not notebook edition again for ergonimics)

 

Pros

  • Big case with a flexible payload
  • Discrete
  • Fits within most carry on dimensions
  • Fully portable Design studio

Cons

  • Weight (fully loaded it hits 10kg easily)
  • Single Handle puts alot of strain on the shoulder
  • Security, combination locks are easily broken and no way to secure the case to anything easily.

More to come....

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