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I don't see why not since 15.6 is larger than 15.
My 13.3 macbook pro with a spinning hard drive, barely fit the 13.3inch case. Go up a level.
Is this sleeve TSA Compliant? Can I leave the laptop in the sleeve when passing through an airport checkpoint? 19 days ago
My daughter and Girlfriend have the same case for there Chromebook and fly with it without any problems, here is what TSA requires out of a bag and this sleeve meets all the requirement, there are no inside pockets or metal zippers, it lays flat and has no outside pockets. But it's still up to the TSA agent if they want you to pull it out of the sleeve even if it passes the x-ray scan. Your laptop bag has a designated laptop-only section that you can lay flat on the X-ray belt There are no metal snaps, zippers or buckles inside, underneath or on-top of the laptop-only section There are no pockets on the inside or outside of the laptop-only section There is nothing in the laptop compartment other than the laptop You have completely unfolded your bag so that there is nothing above or below the laptop-only section, allowing the bag to lie flat on the X-ray belt
It should be able to fit the laptop, but if possible it's better to get a case over 15-inch like 16-inch to be safe if you want. It depends on the width of the case and laptop.
Will this case (the 15.6 inch) have enough space it fit the power cord as well with the laptop? Sep 27, 2014
No. I put my laptop in this and carry it in my bag along with the cord. This only helps keep your laptop scratch free.
Does this fit a MAC book Pro 15 with Retina display? Sep 13, 2014
nope, it snugly fits my MBP 13