Entries in backpack (6)

Thursday
Jan232014

WaterField Staad Laptop Backpack Review

WaterField has a new narrow-profiled backpack to be proud of, and it's the company's first ever attempt at creating a backpack after years of perfecting hand-made shoulder-style gear bags and device sleeves. WaterField's new Staad backpack is a special handcrafted, made-to-order laptop and tablet carrier designed with lean formal aesthetics in mind. WaterField is known for its rustic, distinct looking gear bags and the Staad is yet another intriguing extension of that sophisticated line. Want to know what it's like to live with the Staad? Then make your way down to our full review!

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Sunday
Jan062013

Pelican ProGear S100 Elite Laptop Backpack Review

You've got a brand spanking new Macbook or iPad for Christmas, heck maybe you got both. If you love the feeling of smooth aluminum like we do, you've probably got a plethora of cases and protectors rushing in to keep it that way. Pelican wants your attention too with their ProGear S100 backpack that may just be what you need to finish off the necessary protection, especially if you're one for adventure. Featuring weatherproofing and crushproof hard-shell laptop casing, this backpack is built like a tank that can pack just about everything you'll need and keep it as safe as possible throughout the day. Check out all of what Pelican has to offer in our full review after the cut. 

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Monday
Sep172012

Chrome Bravo Rolltop Laptop Backpack Review 

This, I believe, is a company that needs no elaborate introduction. Immensely popular for their assortment of bags and accessories, Chrome Bags is the one to go to for high quality and durable bags. Fancy a bike ride through the mountains while battling a heavy downpour? While your personal safety cannot be guaranteed, whatever you choose to shove inside Chrome's newest Bravo laptop backpack will stay safe and dry. Trust me, this monster will swallow whole just about anything you feed it. Check out exactly how hungry this beast is down below!

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Monday
Aug062012

Mission Workshop Sanction Rucksack Backpack Review

You can never go wrong with American made gear bags, and as far as we're concerned there are at least two namely companies worthy of mentioning one after the other, and those are Mission Workshop and WaterField Designs. And ironically enough, these two are practically neighbors stationed at the heart of San Francisco city. Where the weather is mental and carrying a laptop is a must. Mission Workshop's Sanction is certainly not just another backpack, it's an all weatherproof rucksack that has been constructed to last a lifetime; all whilst having that urban and military-esque appeal. Perfect for the a daily commute, may it be on a bike or a long and tiring trek no matter what Mother Nature has in store for you. The Sanction can carry your gear just fine, but can you carry the Sanction? Our full review awaits after the jump!

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Tuesday
Jan172012

Everki Titan Laptop Backpack Review

I’m not one to sit here and write a review about a backpack, well because I’m a gadget junkie. I do however have problems finding a bag that can carry everything I really need. So when this package came from a company called Everki, I was kind of excited about it. I took time to take this bag with me for a little road trip and knew I needed to talk about it. I’m sure there’s tons of you out there like me who hate carrying multiple bags for trips. So does the Titan backpack stack up for those who like “one bag only and get it done”? Hit the jump and let's find out!

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Monday
May102010

Twelve South BackPack iMac & Apple Display Shelf Review

Yet another great product from Twelve South, the company that makes and designs beautiful and modern products exclusively for Mac. The BackPack is no exception and looks just as beautiful as any Twelve South product. The BackPack is an aluminum shelf made to hitch onto the back of any iMac and Apple Display. It's designed to hold external hard drives and various different peripherals up to 5 pounds, all for the sake of saving valuable desk space and getting the most out of that aluminum pedestal. Catch more on the BackPack after the break.

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