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Verbatim London Sac Bandoulière, 44 cm, Noir
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|Prix :||EUR 35,90 LIVRAISON GRATUITE en France métropolitaine.|
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- Fits most 17" notebooks,
- Lightweight notebook case,
- Tablet pocket,
- Business organiser,
- Trolley strap,
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Dual compartment notebook case for notebooks up to 17”, adjustable shoulder strap, business organiser and tablet pocket. Quality: Heavy duty materials. Comfortable: Padded and adjustable shoulder strap. Practical: Trolley strap. Safe: Premium protection for notebook and tablet.
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.co.uk
The label states it can hold a 17" laptop and a 10.1" tablet. It can also store many other things as it is loaded with pockets. Dimensions are: 44.5 (W) x 31.5 (H) x 8 (D).
The price is not unreasonable particularly considering my work provide a laptop bag which comes in around £90, is bulky and heavy. I do trust the Verbatim label so is well recommended.
It's sturdy with strong zips [always a good sign], waterproof and very comfortable to carry, with plenty of front pocket storage for your other stuff like mobile and even a pocket for a 10" tablet. Very impressed with this.
As its title indicates, it is a slim bag and not much room is provided for cables. I have a small travel adapter which is ok, but the mains cable makes the bag bulge. Additionally you can probably fit one/two pads plus a pen. The outside pocket is not padded, so you have to be careful when using this in a crowded environment. However, the inside pocket protects an iPad completely, unless you overfill the bag, of course.
It is sturdy and rugged enough for a road warrior and it has a strap on the back which can be used to attach the back to the handle of a roller suitcase. If you travel, you know what I mean (!) but my feeling is that when you travel, you need quite a bit of personal paraphernalia which makes this bag too small (or slim, as they like to say).
4 stars is because it is too small for normal travel, but I guess for simple commuting it's great.
I can be smug, because I fall into none of the above categories; I put my trust into the very reasonably priced, but NOT cheap, Verbatim case. It is reassuringly robust, without being bulky and has plenty of extra space for a mobile telephone, pens and other extras that one may need. This is a top quality case which will probably outlast the technology which it protects but, fortunately, the Verbatim is versatile enough that, in all likelihood, it will take care of whatever the techies throw at us next.
The materials from which the bag is constructed appear tough and durable, and the seams unlikely to burst.
I am particularly pleased to see that the lugs by which the shoulder strap is attached to the bag, and the length adjuster on the strap, are metal, not plastic, for those have been the points of failure on two bags that I have owned previously.
In addition to the main computer space, there are two frontal pouches. One is kitted-out to hold a tablet computer and has what Verbatim call an Office Organiser - spaces for pens, plus maybe an i-pod and an e-book reader. The odd book would fit in there too. For most computer users that and the other pouch will inevitably be required also to accommodate the computer's mains transformer and cables, perhaps a mouse, an adaptor for non-British electricity outlets, an Ethernet cable and a security cable. (Security cables can be expensive, but are worth it. Buy and use a cheap one rather than none at all.) There is room for all of those, but not a lot more.
It's a nice item; I hope to enjoy using it for years to come.