There are thousands of laptop bags, carrying cases, cooler/case all in ones out there for your laptops and netbooks. Each company has their own little take on it and overall they are all pretty useful. One concept I am particularly fond of is the laptop backpack. TRENDNET has provided us with their take on mobile technology transportation with their version of the laptop backpack. Will this be the last bag you ever buy or will it flop like so many designs in the past? Let’s check it out together; personally I have been a fan of almost all the products we have used so far from TRENDNET so let’s hope their ingenuity copies over from their wireless capabilities to the newly tested waters of functional textiles:
Provided by: TRENDNET
Specifications and Feature:
The versatile Laptop Backpack is designed to protect netbooks and laptops with screens up to 15.4” wide. The backpack features adjustable ergonomic shoulder straps, extra padding around that laptop compartment, durable protective stitching, lower back support padding, and a comfortable carrying handle.
Stay organized with a total of 8 storage zones- plenty of room for books, paper, pens, MP3 players, and more. Convenient front accessory pockets are perfect for quick access to mobile phones, business cards, and USB flash drives. A headphone cord pass-through allows users to listen to music while their MP3 player is stored in the backpack.
- Detachable, adjustable and padded backpack straps
- Interior pockets to store files, CD, pens and accessories
- Durable nylon material with fully padded interior layers
- Padded sleeve with velcro strip protects notebooks with screens up to 15.4″
- Side pockets for extra storage or water bottles
- Dimensions: 360 x 405 x 130mm (14.2 x 16 x 5in.) exterior
- Weight: 735g (1.1lbs)
- 1 year limited warranty
Although it looks like your standard run of the mill backpack the people at TRENDNET found a way to make a lot fit into a tiny space. Maybe they borrowed some ideas from their PCB manufacturing, in which they crap as much functionality into a tiny space as possible, or maybe they were just sick of useless laptop bags and decided to make one they felt they would be happy to use on a daily basis. Whatever the case may be, the designers at TRENDNET did a fine job breaking into a new market and if you are looking for a new bag for your laptop and you are sick of the suitcase style or the pain in the shoulder strap styled choices, you should grab yourself a TRENDNET Laptop Backpack.
Would I recommend this product? Yup, I genuinely liked it, next year at CES I will more than likely be sporting one of these over the shoulder strap version press received.
- Tons of Storage
- Good Design
- I Would Like to see More Color Choices