|Item Height||0.8 inches|
|Item Width||9 inches|
|Standing screen display size||11.6 Inches|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item model number||NC1506163F|
|Product Dimensions||30.99 x 22.86 x 2.03 cm|
AmazonBasics 11.6" Laptop Sleeve, Blue
|Price:||+ S$11.86 Delivery|
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- Form-fitting sleeve with quick top-loading access
- Precise fit for laptops and ultrabooks with a 11.6 inch display
- Slim design allows you to carry the case by itself or in a bag
- Internal Dimensions: 11.75" x 0.4" x 8.5" (LxWxH)
- External Dimensions: 12.5" x 0.8" x 9" (LxWxH)
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The images that I uploaded are taken on my Samsung S7 so I apologize in advance that the quality might make it difficult to make out the scratches.
On another note, the sleeve seems to have a few strands of thread loose from the first day I got it. They haven't spread in the 2 weeks I've own the product but something to note for a brand new sleeve.
Also, cut out the plastic tags within the sleeve as that causes wear on your laptop (though minimally) and makes it easier for the threads holding the tags on to tear and pull more thread from the sleeve with it.
Some modifications I made to the sleeve is that I put a small piece of tennis over grip over the underside of the zipper head to prevent it from further roughing up my expensive laptop. (I will upload images of this) How I got the tennis over grip to stick was by attaching it with double sided phone repair tape that I bought off eBay. I bought the kind that was black and not clear; I find that the clear double sided tape has very weak adhesive that does not bond well to multiple things as I use my double sided tape for various applications other than repairing phones.
If you're the owner of a Dell XPS 15, I don't recommend this product if you wish to keep your machine in 100% like new condition.
Fit is OK for a Lenovo Thinkpad T450s, though not "perfect" as other reviewers claim, it's a little loose in the "up/down" direction (looking at the main product picture). Nobody seems to make a sleeve specifically for modern Thinkpads, but the T450s has similar dimensions to a 13" Macbook, so I may try out a Macbook sleeve.
Finally, why don't more laptop sleeves zip open at the narrow side of the laptop? Most backpacks accept a laptop in the "portrait" orientation, so a narrow-side zipper would let you retrieve and stow your computer without removing the sleeve from your backpack.