I'd like to carry my new M200 to some of my classes, but I don't want to just put it in my backpack (afraid of it being scratched/damaged).
Are there any type of slipcovers for the M200, small enough to fit in a regular sized backpack and still offer protection? I don't really want another extra laptop bag or a new laptop backup because I just bought this backpack a couple month ago.
I've got one of those. Not sure where you are based, but in the UK, they have them in PC World, but not with the other laptop cases, these were with Laptop accessories.
One slight point, compare all the 12" ones, and get the biggest. We got a few for several at work, and they slightly vary in size. You have to slightly stretch them to get M200 in (it's like wetsuit material - and the same sort of stretching as you need to get the wetsuit on), so slightly bigger ones are a bit easier.
It's very handy though.
Not really a slipcover but I really enjoy my case from Incase which I purchased at the Apple Store. It allows me to tote the tablet in a variety of other bags, etc...
I just bought a Case Logic sleeve type thing. It's for a 15" which works great as it lets me slip in the M200 quickly and has room for some handouts from meetings. The other thing about it is you can fold it in half and put it under the top end giving you a great angled platform!
I'm using a Eagle Creek bag thats like the VAIO or the iBook sleeves, what I do though is i put it in my bag with the top unziped so its easy to slide in and out when ever I need it. Eagle doesn't seem to make them anymore, at least I can't find it, but here's something that is close to what I'm using http://www.eaglecreek.com/40272.html
search for the second skin by tucano, i bought it at my bookstore and it works great, they make them to match the apple notebook sizes bt the 15in powerbook one fits pretty good.