Hell yeah team backpack! At first I thought I'd feel like a dork, but man is it nice. I carry the same amount of stuff but it feels way less heavy on my body.
I've considered it for sure! I'm just being incessantly cheap. Shipping to where I am for that adapter is $10 making it a $12.50 adapter. Perhaps I should suck it up
Make some Japanese friends and have them send some to you. (I regret not buying a whole crate in Akiba.)
How do you like the Hifiman buds? I've been thinking about picking them up to replace my A151's but I'm worried the stereophonics on the cable is going to drive me nuts.
I was going to ask why you would have a Surface pro and RT in your bag, but judging by the 920 developer device, I am guessing you are a developer for windows/windows RT?
Yeah, I have been developing apps and games recently. I got the RT for free and I paid to get the pro. I carry both to make up for the pro's notoriously bad battery life.
Yeah I don't blame you. I don't use my surface pro as my primary machine, but if I did I would easily have invested in the power cover for it.
I could stand to clean out my bag, but since I'm traveling now, no better time to see what's in it (it being a backpack that said 'mobileedge' on it that I got from the Audi store. No idea of the model, but its comfy):
Surface Pro 3 + cyan type cover + charger
Asus VivoTab Note 8
Various USB chargers and cables
A dozen hdmi/dvi/displayport adapters/cables
Logitech wireless trackball (laptop trackpads -eek)
Nokia Lumia 1520 (best phone I've ever had)
Nexus 5 (for Google Glass connectivity)
T-Mobile LTE hotspot
Sony MDR-XB500 headphones. Not very compact, but sound awesome. Good at blocking out plane noise too
A seashell my 10 month old tried to eat, then gave to me