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Discussion in 'Razer Gear' started by njbmartin, Jan 11, 2016.
Added picture in the initial post... Not sure why it didn't appear there...
So, here is mine, closed and ready for my one day work trip
(I also need a small bag for things I keep with me when moving, eg going to lunch or and then once opened here is the full content (except for my phone with which i took my photos)
a big notebook and a smaller one
pens and markers
something to read
emergency makeup: lipstick, lipgloss and a small eye kit
a bunch of additional cables: a micro usb one, lightning, nabu x, spare headphones both android, my old iOS ones (for emergencies when I'm driving) and a brand new pair for when I know I'm not dragging them around (and I have the time to get them out of their nice box)
a spare brush
emergency needle and thread
a usb for I don't know what, it was just inside
a spare power adapter for my phone
work laptop, charger and mouse
work phone and its charger
work tablet and charger
small pouch with some spare coins and cards (just my badge and credit card)
party glasses! they come with lights as chroma ones
Well now it is quite exploding, so I really hope for a razer bag to carry around
I'm not having any issues with the first picture, probably because it's already cached and stuff for me... does it work if you try to "Load Picture" or reload the page, by chance?
(I've had that same issue with other people's pictures, and that usually works for me)
I do not have a Razer backpack at the moment, but I've wanted a Razer Tactical Pro (I have an Everki Titan). This is my daily carry.
In my backpack I always have-
Razer Blade 14" 2015 512gb
Surface Pro 4 i5/8gb/256gb
NVIDIA Shield tablet
Razer Kraken Forged Headphones or ATH M50s
Razer Orochi mobile mouse
2-4 Valve Steam Controllers
Casio Prism Calculator
External Hard Drive
Assorted Charging adapters, USB Hub, and RJ45 adapter.
Sometimes I'll have up to two more computers (Alienware 14 and Razer Edge both bought broken and repaired), as well as a Razer Ouroboros, Seiren, and Blackwidow Ultimate for LAN parties. The other computers get loaned out to those who couldn't bring their own over long distances, because everyone should be able to participate. I've heard that the Tactical Pro can fit a ton of stuff, and I hope I can get my hands on one at some point.
I don't have a Razer backpack yet but I'm really in the market for one.
What I have in my bag, pretty much on a daily (when I'm not going to classes and such):
-my lovely ASUS GL551 for lots and lots of gaming
-11in Macbook Air for mainly work and projects. (it's smaller and light, so easier to work with)
-Wired 3200dpi Sunsonny gaming mouse
-a 25ft ethernet cable (must have!! can't have slow internet wherever I go)
-a few pencils and a stylus-pen
-my Bose Quietcomfort 25s, these are must have headphones for anyone!! They are amazing I use them for gaming and music!
-a spincap since I do a lot of breakdancing wherever I go (pretty much a beanie that you can spin your head on easier)
-my wireless bluetooth Sol Republic x Motorolla speakers because I can't get enough of music and surround sound when I'm gaming. And breakdancing in the open.
-The bag I use is a ADIDAS climaproof backpack, so it keeps off all the rain and water if the weather gets bad.
-Always have to have a blender bottle for liquids and caffeine. Gamers need caffeine
What's not shown:
-my laptop charger
-my wallet (always need cash )
-a phone charger I always have to carry around
-my Galaxy Note 5
These are pretty much things that I work with everyday! Gotta have some gaming and some work done wherever I go- Starbucks, library, McDonalds, you name it.
One thing I can't leave without, are my Bose QC25s. They block out 99% of all noise and the active noise cancellation is a must have in a college environment.
Samsonite backpack, notebooks, charger, headphones, logitech mouse an Alienware m17x r3 and there was an orange so why not.
I don't have any Razer products yet,while I wait to get some products this is what i carry
HP Dual Core Notebook 15 (500 GB)
Logitec Wireless mouse
Afterglow 360 Controller
Brick charger for my laptop
Skullcandy Hesh 2 wireless headphones
Philips Waterproof wireless speaker
16GB Toshiba Jump Drive
Viper USB with 4 2.0 USB Ports for extra USB Ports
And I carry it all in my Amazon Basics Bag
Tactical pro *lick*
HP Envy 14 Beats edition
Razor Mamba 2012 (keep dock at home)
Portable laptop pad w/ mouse slide out
Oakley Jupiter Carbon
Paper + pens
Wires and chargers for all
Weathered Gateway computers mouse pad
This is what is in my college bag as it's all that fits. Everything else has to be carried, which as a disabled art student, is an absolute pain.
But Art books, notebooks, small art supply case, Laptop (with mouse and charger), wallet, meds, etc. I'd love to have space to tuck the book I'm reading and other goodies in my bag as well, but alas I do not.
Inside my razer bag I fit all of this. Razer edge pro tablet, laptop, gaming controller, mice keyboard 3ds, flash drives, games, keyboard, chargers, adapters, and so much more!
SENPAI NOTICE ME
What's in my backpack:
-Lenovo Ideapad Y700
-Lenovo Y Gaming Precision Mouse
-Razer Deathstalker Chroma
-Armaggeddon Pulse 5 Gaming headset
-Razer Goliathus Control Mousepad(small)
Here is the gaming setup: https://plus.google.com/112411165014198846840/posts/Ka7ys9YFxYm
Also in backpack but not shown in picture:
-Sony Xperia z
-Wet tissue(to clean my equipment as I tend to have sweaty hands)
-A novel(The Time Keeper)
What I can't survive without:
-My laptop! What did you expect? Without a laptop, you can't even play a single thing. My laptop, which is the Lenovo Ideapad Y700 Gaming Laptop. It has 16GB of ram, DDR4 memory, 1TB of space, a 15.6 inch screen and many more specs which I'm too lazy to type out
My views on my gaming gears in my backpack.
-My backpack is just enough to hold my laptop, mouse and mousepad. However, it takes some shoving and stuffing to get my Razer Deathstalker Chroma to get in. I hope Razer could create a Deathstalker Chroma TE.
-I'm planning to change my Headset but not sure which to buy. On my list is the Razer Blackshark and the Hyperx Cloud 2. Any suggestions?
-I'm also planning to get a Razer Goliathus Mousepad(Large).
-The Lenovo Y Gaming Precision Mouse does a great job precision but it may be a little bulky for my backpack.
What I really wish I have right now:
-A Razer backpack! Of course. My current backpack gives me a look of a nerdy student and I really wanted something to make me look like a pro gamer. However, Im not really that rich to get the Razer backpack so I just have to stick with what I have now
-The second thing I wish I could have is CHROMA. That sweet 16.8 million colour makes everyone look at me in awe(Just kidding). I wish I could have the Razer Chroma set as it goes with my room setup of insane Chroma lighting
-Last but definitely not the least is a mechanical keyboard. I find my Razer Deathstalker Chroma extremely useful but I wanted to try out something new, such as a mechanical keyboard. But it's cost is beyond my budget
That's all I have in my backpack now. Even though it is not much, it is enough for me to game on.
I so need a razer bag, the thing is i want to travel with my blackwidow chroma, im not sure which bag to get :/
What's in side my Razer Bag?
Razer Deathadder 2013
Razer Goliathus Control Edition
Wacom Intuos Manga
iPhone 5 [With dbrand Skin]
HyperX Cloud Headset
Razer Gear I own:
Razer Deathadder 2013
Razer Blackwidow Chroma
Razer Goliathus Control Edition
Razer Utility Backpack
My wall of peripherals :>
I travel as light as I can...
2015 Blade, power brick, and sleeve
5mW Green laser
Universal power adaptor
Travel surge protector (3x plug, 2x2.1 amp USB)
Case with usb cables and flash drives
A stack of screen wipes
Folder for travel documents
Small folder of spare customs forms
Earbuds (Is there such thing as a Razer cord winder for these?)
Razer Mercenary Backpack would be my choice.
For now i have a simple laptop backpack with:
Asus (my laptop)
Microsoft mouse (this month i will buy the Razer Orochi)
Case with usb cables, flash drives and a external disk
Razer Hammerhead Pro
And my writing pad that if i lose it, I lose my life lol
I'm sorry, not as fortunate as a few of fellow insiders with nice Razer stuff, but it's okay! A fan is a fan right? My daypack for university life! My group of friends gave me an Osprey backpack for my 21st birthday, and that is the daypack portion of the backpack to save money
1. I'm an Engineering student therefore you can see my thermodynamic tables.
2. My fake shaolin notebook to take notes,
3. bike lock essential for high crime rate of bike stolen in the area.
4. I would like to highlight my out-of-fashion billabong pencil case that I've used since 2003! It was the cool brand to have mind you!
5. Samsung handphone charger
6. Basic calculator
7. Cracked S3, minor problems here and there but still functional!
8. Last but most importantly, MY BAG OF CHIPS, half-eaten, but now gone. I need snacks to get through the day, engineering lectures is...interesting
I didn't post my laptop and mouse because I generally don't bring it to school as it can't fit my daypack. It's large and heavy and i'm using a free mouse with it. I dream of the Razer Blade Stealth, and drool. Someday when I start working after graduation in a few years, I'l get the blade stealth+core with probably a deathadder chroma as a grand graduation gift to myself
Different but good
Razer Tactical Pro Backpack
Razer Tournament Backpack
Razer Utility Backpack
Razer Deathstalker Ultimate
Razer Tiamat 7.1
Razer Blade Pro
Tight fit, but it works out w/ my Targus TBB018US. Layed everything out and posting in a bit of a rush. Otherwise I would've labeled everything properly.
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