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Review: Moshi Urbana briefcase makes schlepping stylish

Elegantly minimal design that elevates the boring briefcase to the level of fashion accessory.

OGIO announces two new laptop backpacks: Throttle and Clutch

Named after rejected Top Gun pilot nicknames, perhaps?

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Back to school and across the campus giveaway

Tonight is your last chance to enter to win an OGIO: Rucksack Backpack, Champ: Bodyguard Battery Rechargeable Power Bank, and Misfit Shine fitness wearable.

Experience VertiGo from WaterField Designs

That’s “Verti” as in vertical, and “Go” as in carry your MacBook somewhere.

Review: Out and about with the JiLL-E Tablet Messenger bag

I’ve always been happy with my wallet. I see women cramming everything they need for the day inside a purse, and I’ve considered myself lucky that my essentials can be shoved into my back pocket. With iPhones and iPads, however, that’s no longer the case; I need a backpack or laptop bag. With the JiLL-E Tablet Messenger bag, however, women can get get by with what they’re already used to.

Catalyst unveils waterproof sleeves for tablets and laptops

Back when I went to school, no one carried around laptops (which barely existed) or tablets (which didn’t exist). What did exist was rain and snow, and we surely had plenty of that. If you find yourself in the same environment this school year, but with $1,000 of technology to carry around, you may want to check out Catalyst before heading back to school.

WaterField Designs announces Franklin Tote

Somewhere between the structured placement of the laptop bag and the open expanse of a messenger bag is the need for a bag that is easy to carry around but has enough room for a day’s worth of items and accessories. It’s quite possible that bag is the newly announced Franklin Tote from WaterField Designs. This naturally-tanned, full-grain leather and nylon bag stows “… everything needed for busy day of innovation or recreation.”

Review: STM Sequel small laptop shouder bag

For my purposes, laptop shoulder bags cannot be small enough. I don’t want to be able to cram everything I could possibly need into them, I just want efficiency with the items I actually need to put in. A laptop (of course), my iPad and iPhone, and perhaps some business cards, a pen/pencil, etc. Obviously, we all want different things out of our laptop bags, but if you’d rather yours be svelte than accommodating, the STM Sequel is well worth a look.

Review: Waterfield Designs Outback Solo for Macbook Air

The Outback Solo for Macbook Air is one of the best cases I’ve used from Waterfield Designs, especially because it strips down the case/bag experience to the bare essentials. Those bare essentials—my iPhone and Macbook—are key items in my average work day, and most times are the only things I need.

The Mac (not Book) Pro as a portable computing device?

WaterField Designs suggests a Mac Pro and Mac Pro Go Case combo will make the ideal rig for travelling gamers, developers, video editors and any others who prefer to take their systems with them, and miss the late, lamented 17-inch MacBook Pro.

WaterField’s Outback Solo for MacBook Air makes it a duo now

Earlier this year, I reviewed the Outback Solo for iPad Air from WaterField Designs. That’s the link if you want to read the review, but the basic gist is that the Outback Solo is the kind of product that makes you want to take your iPad places you otherwise wouldn’t just so you have an excuse to use the bag. And now that there’s an Outback Solo for MacBook Air, you’ll be doing it with that, too.

The new Grovemade iPad and MacBook sleeves are mathematical

Known for their handcrafted wood and leather accessories, Grovemade has introduced a premium wood veneer sleeve for MacBooks and iPads. The sleeves feature geometric contouring created from laser cut eastern hardrock maple or Oregon black walnut wood, and are lined with premium German wool to avoid scratches and scuffs.