I got in to San Francisco on Tuesday afternoon following a lovely flight. I had accumulated a sufficiently large number of miles thanks toRead More
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Today, Owen introduces you to his new yardstick when it comes to measuring messenger bag performance and design. His Timbuk2 bag has been retired, and this new bag has taken its place. Mark Dwight has returned to the world of making bags with Rickshaw Bagworks, his new San Francisco company, and he is back to designing some of the best bags in the world in Owen’s view.
Apple’s laptops are stylish and durable – both the plastic MacBooks and aluminum MacBook Pros will shrug off plenty off abuse in daily life. But even the hardiest machine needs to be carried around, and as an Apple supporter it is nice to have stylish accessories to match the beauty of Apple’s designs.
I’ve decided to attend my first MacWorld Expo and there is no way I’m going with my old computer bag, lugging it all over Moscone Center, cutting off circulation in my shoulder for a week. What better time than now to test a computer bag?
You can buy and drink a lot of beer for $170 US, but it won’t last as long as this TBB case. You can fill Crumpler’s TBB with six bottles or cans of beer and have plenty of room remaining for your 15″ or 17″ MacBook Pro or PowerBook. You can pour some beer over this pack and your computer will laugh it off, being protected by multiple layers of impenetrable beerproof material from anything short of Hurricane Michelob.
Could this be the best backpack of it’s kind EVER made? I really don’t know. I haven’t seen every single backpack on the market, but if there is a better one than this Crumpler "The Salary Sacrifice" laptop-friendly backpack I can’t imagine it.
Nemo takes a look at both the Torq backpack, as well as the Dart, a computer sleeve / case. These are pricey unit, so are they worth it? Check out Johns review today.Read More
An iPod dock, Bluetooth, great construction, and very comfortable. Four things the Livewire BT has going for it.Read More