You've got your new retina display MacBook Pro? Great. Time to grow up and get a laptop bag that's worthy of it.
Fireflies think they're soooo cool with their glowing butts. Well screw them. You too can finally have a bright behind with Rickshaw Bagworks' latest creation—the Zero Messenger that's wrapped entirely in "Ultra-Glo" reflective material.
Lugging all the sweet gear that makes life more convenient around the city becomes the source of its own headaches. Your bag is heavy, uncomfortable, and hideous. This new Incase bag should help with the last bit at least.
Yeah, you could put your laptop in some dorky neoprene sleeve, and be a 21st century loser. Or, you could drop it into a bag made out of chain mail. It will (maybe) repel mace strikes!
The winter is almost over. Maybe it's time to transform one of your hoodies into a laptop sleeve/bag following these easy steps. It just takes a few seconds. [Likecool]
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…
Hey guys, John Mayer here. I just wanted to let you know about my new laptop messenger bag. Because when I'm not having lights-off sex with women you could only dream about or double-douching it with twin Bluetooth headsets, I always make sure my fans are buying the latest in John Mayer branded gear. Oh, do I carry…
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.
Adobe sent us one of its limited-edition leather messenger bags ($250) we told you about a couple of weeks ago for testing, and we tried fitting a variety of laptops inside. The 17-inch MacBook Pro barely fits (almost needs to be lubed up), a 15-inch MacBook Pro fits pretty well, a 15.2-inch Dell Mobile Precision…