Your gadgets just beast through their battery life. That can be a real pain if you're on a flight or just generally out and about. But at least in the span of about a day, you don't have to worry about it thanks to Timbuk2's Power Commute messenger bag.
Filson bags are pretty awesome and durable. So how do you make them even more desirable?
When this time of year came around when you were a kid, it meant back to school. And that meant new outfits. That hankering doesn't necessarily go away as an adult, and Incase's new Pathway collection will tickle all your weather-changing wardrobe fancies.
You spent hundreds of dollars on your laptop. You're not going to toss that thing around like a Frisbee. The right bag should keep that precious piece of metal and chips safe, but it should also make the machine mobile. That means portability, comfort, and style. After two weeks hauling four bags, we've found one…
Your morning commute is trying enough without having to muscle a huge bag along with you. The Nhill Heist from Crumpler holds everything you need without getting in the way.
This laptop bag, made by Unit Portables, is only sold by a single retail shop in Stockholm. But its modular system—letting you add as many pockets as you want, where you want—is too good not to nerd out over.
As an unapologetic North Face fanboy and user of a few Apple products, I just spent a considerable amount of time coveting this backpack, which has padded compartments galore to store MacBooks, iPads and every other item in between.
Thanko's laptop bag/desk hybrid should be very popular with photographers and bloggers. Not only does the bag come with extendable legs, but two fans are located inside for cooling laptops down—plus a cupholder's added too, for good measure.
Keeping with the snake theme, Booq's new Cobra range of four gadget-friendly bags are (mostly) affordable, but actually look really nice. My favorite is the Courier XS satchel—large enough for an iPad and the rest of your junk.
I haven't carried a Boy Scout backpack in years, but the laptop feature in Timbuk2's latest sounds great: The sleeve is sideloading, meaning you can pull out your laptop without busting open your whole bag and spilling crap everywhere.
Your MacBook Air or whatever is a sharp machine, sure. But it's not timeless, handcrafted Italian leather that's transformable into one of eight different styles.
Triggering a "why the hell didn't I think of that?!" moment, Artmu has designed a laptop sleeve that, when unzipped and opened up completely, transforms into an effective mouse pad. Altogether now: Why didn't I think of that? [Aving]
If ever there was a laptop bag that could get you shot to hell by an assault gun-carrying Lt. Ripley, it would be this concept bag from Cocoon Innovations.
The concept of "checkpoint friendly" laptop bags have been around for a couple months—with Solo and Mobile Edge leading the charge—but Belkin's now getting in the action with their own FluThru Laptop Case. Their version will run you $59, complete with "minimal metal zippers", 15.4-inch laptop capacity and notebook…
Timbuk2, makers of free Gizmodo advertising/superb laptop messengers, are expanding their focus to a complete line of travel gear available this holiday season. And their new bags not only feature the infamous Timbuk2 panel styling, but "ninja pockets" for the guy who has to yank out all his electronics at…
You know that new TSA policy that kind of sounds like a ploy to sell new generations of laptop bags? The one where, if you have specific types of bags that are deemed "checkpoint friendly" by the TSA, you won't have to take your laptop out while going through security lines at the airport? That goes into effect…
For a long time, I just threw all of my gear into an Eastpak backpack I'd had since high school. But my laptop got all scuffy and gross like it had been hanging out in the wrong Starbucks or something, so I finally got an actual laptop bag to keep it all protected. (Also, the backpack made me feel like I was still in…
The Gadget: Gama-Go's messenger bags, which are conveniently wide enough for a 15-inch laptop, its charger plus lots and lots of other gadget accessories. It's also got a nice water resistant outer material that makes it good for light showers.
There are a lot of Wi-Fi finders out there, including a Wi-Fi finding shirt, but few are as practical as a finder embedded in a laptop bag. After all, not having to pull your laptop out of the bag to look for a signal is a great time saver when you are hopping around town looking for some freebie bandwidth.The…