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Alienware Orion Laptop Backpack - Fits Laptop of Screen Sizes Up to 17 inch (Black)

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  • Fits widescreen laptops up to 17.3"
  • Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Bag, TSA compliant. Leave your laptop in the bag when passing through airport security checkpoints
  • Loads of interior pockets to carry your gear
  • Wireless Security Shield protects your cell phone from hackers
  • Ergonomic backing and shoulder straps for maximum comfort
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandAlienware
Item Weight1.4 Kg
Product Dimensions39.4 x 50.8 x 17.8 cm
Item model numberME-AWBP2.0
ColorBlack
Screen Size17.3 inches
RAM Size2000000 MB
Computer Memory TypeSDRAM
  
Additional Information
ASINB001GI5CSA
Best Sellers Rank 23,939 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.7 Kg
Date First Available10 Dec. 2009
  
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Product Description

Product Description

MOBILE EDGE MEAWBP20 17.3" ALIENWARE ORION BACKPACK

Manufacturer's Description

The Alienware Orion backpack keeps your gear secure and protected on the go. The ubber cool design and heavily-padded back panels are ideal, while the subdivided main compartment easily holds up to a large 17.3" laptop. A secondary compartment contains 10 other pockets to hold anything from pens to CDs to plane tickets to MP3 players.



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Customer Reviews

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Seanomad on 1 Dec. 2011
I have had this bag for just over a year and in that time it has been well used for shopping as well as carrying the laptop. I bought it because of owning an Alienware M17 laptop, I spend around 8 months of the year away from home and the laptop is for gaming, watching DVDs, listening to music as well as and writing etc. I tried several bags before relenting and getting this one, I didn't really want to spend so much on a bag, but it was the only one that would guarantee to fit the M17, which it does comfortably. After spending so much on it and it's ability to open fully whilst retaining the laptop specifically for (airport) security checks it was extremly annoying the first time I used it to be instructed to remove the monster from it's sleeve and put into a seperate tray, despite my explaining to the operative that it was unnecessary pointing to the wording 'Checkpoint Friendly' printed on the retaining sleeve. A subsequent occaision was far less painless to the extent I didn't even have to open the bag. It would have been better if the flap cover over the zip was also on the main compartment, which actually houses the laptop although the middle cmpt. can carry one aswell. One generally puts a bag down with the outer surface downwards and the straps and surface which goes against the back upermost. This means the Alienhead and the hard shell become scratched, scuffed, dented quite quickly which spoiles the look with time. The function of the outer plastic shell I don't understand and the two zip pockets either side are quite small for anything larger than timetables, maps etc. If the bag is fairly well loaded then getting into them is quite tight. Also when full the zip tends to bend making it tight to operate.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Munavwer Mirza on 20 July 2014
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I bought this particular backpack, as I have a company laptop, which happens to be a Dell 17inch laptop, and I was tired of the zips breaking on the standard company bag that they give us.
So, even though the backpack, is a bit pricey, what attracted me to the Alienware Orion laptop backpack was;
1) Fits a 17inch laptop comfortably.
2) The backpack was checkpoint Friendly i.e. TSA compliant.
The first requirement was met, but the second definately not.
The compartment that the laptop fits into, the zips only go halfway down, so the the case cannot be fully opened as was shown in the photos by the seller.
It means that at airport security, the laptop needs to taken out, rather than been left in the case, as was one of the main selling points.
Suggest that if anyone buys this product from this particular seller, to check that requirement is met when ordering back-pack.
I have given it 3 stars,because as a backpack, it does what I need it too, and even though it is not TSA compliant, which would of been great, its not the end of the world.
Mr. M. Mirza,
London, UK.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Book Worm on 2 Nov. 2011
I've had this bag for only 8 months and the straps are fraying and there is a hole in the bottom. I have to go back to my old Targus bag that lasted for 8 years of abuse with a laptop that was heavier than my Alienware (yes, that's possible). A bad, bad investment in a very expensive bag.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Georgios D. Tselios on 28 Dec. 2014
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This is a great bag.
You all know from the various reviews and videos on the net everything about it,so i won't write about its durability,padding,compartments,etc
YOU JUST HAVE IN MIND ONE THING:THIS BAG CANNOT STAND UPRIGHT ON IT'S OWN.
This is the reason for giving 4 and not 5 stars.
If you are OK with that,buy it and you won't be dissapointed as it is really "something else"
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jack on 2 Nov. 2010
Not worth it. There is nothing special to it. The one I got had foam/pad sticking out from one of the straps, on arrival. Just a month of use and the strap began to tear. Apart from that the Alienware logo color came off (you have to be super careful to avoid that which is not possible).
The only reason I bought this was that I was hoping it would have extra padding for the laptop to be safe however, that is not the case. It is ordinary bag with just an Alienware logo on it. Also, the `Check point' friendly thing is useless. I have always been asked to take out the laptop.
Total waste of money in my opinion.

Two reasons I am still using this bag 1) I paid a lot for it b) It has alienware logo which looks cool.
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