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Case Logic - 16'' Laptop Backpack - Notebook carrying backpack - 16'' - grey, orange

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Technical Details
BrandCase Logic
Item Weight621 g
Product Dimensions35.5 x 13.5 x 47.5 cm
Item model numberULB-116Gray
Screen Size16 inches
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 121,849 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight699 g
Date First Available30 Jan 2006

Product Description

Stores all your daily essentials Expansive interior storage holds books, files and folders Organization panel store your portable electronics, pens and more Zippered Speed Pocket - a quick access, secure place External mesh pocket stores a water bottle, snacks and other miscellaneous items Adjustable shoulder strap and grab handle allows for easy transport Innovative strap management system eliminates messy, hanging straps

 Product Description Case Logic 16" Laptop Backpack - notebook carrying backpack 
 Product Type Notebook carrying backpack 
 Colour Grey, orange 
 Product Material Nylon 
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This bag is exactly as it appears in the picture. Good capacity but 'neat' slim shape. Good if you just need to carry round laptop and bits and bobs. Probably not great if you need to carry round lots of files. Well made and good detail.
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By preethi on 19 Aug 2013
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It is compact and perfectly designed just as i wanted to carry my laptop. not suited for people who want more space to carry additional things.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Comfortable basic laptop backpack 25 Aug 2010
By Eagle Vision - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Similar products that I have tried:

Targus RG0318 15.4 Gravity Backpack


Nylon material comprises the majority of this backpack. The liner in the back pocket is composed of microfiber material. The straps and laptop compartment are padded. This evaluation model is gray and orange in combination. I am not a fan of the color or color combination, personally. It would have been more preferential if this were Gray and Blue.

The front compartment allows for storage of AC adapters, a mouse or anything else that you may want to place in it; it is expandable and the nylon outershell divides revealing an orange liner. There is a plastic keyring holder that is convenient but it's flimsy so durability will be an issue. The main compartment has 2 mesh enclosures that can hold Compact Disks with a zippered mesh enclosure. The laptop compartment accomodates for widescreen laptops.

You can wear the backpack or carry it by the padded top handle.


I can fit about 20 pounds into comfortably within it, and wearing the backpack is not bad.


Multiple compartments


No compartment for MP3 player or smart phone
No useful addition to the shoulder straps
No waist strap
Color combination (Not appropriate for a working professional)

Who is this for?

Student needing an economical no-frills laptop backpack
Cost conscious consumers


This is a decent backpack for notebooks. However, alternative products, nowadays, integrate more mobile lifestyle accessories (specialized compartments for cellular phones, compartments for MP3 players with slots allowing users to listen to music while commuting, usable compartments on shoulder straps, waist straps to alleviate pressure on the back).

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Lightweight but ordinary; not bad for the price 24 Aug 2010
By Billy Hollis - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I have teenagers who are required to have computers for their school, so we go through a lot of computer bags. When Amazon offered this one through the Vine program, I knew it would be put to work immediately, so I grabbed it.

Summary: It's a plain, serviceable bag, but nothing special. The main way it distinguishes itself is that it's very lightweight. We'll see how that affects durability after it has hauled computers and books for a while, but certainly the savings of a pound or so over some alternatives is not without merit.

The number and size of compartments is pretty standard. The laptop area is sufficiently padded, and is fine for a 15" laptop, but not for 17" (we checked). The zipper on that compartment only comes down an inch or two on the side, so you must take the computer in and out through the top. That's actually good design; we've heard of too many cases where a teenager picked up a bag and the computer slid out sideways to crash to the floor. There's another compartment that has a zipper most of the way down the side, clearly designed for books, spiral notebooks, etc.

The interior is traffic cone orange. That helps when you're rummaging around inside. I hate black interiors of bags where I can't find the stuff down at the bottom without emptying the whole thing out.

The straps are not particularly suited for real backpack wearing, especially for any signficant distance, but we know from experience that mounting the pack on the back is not the daily experience. They're OK for the usual over-the-shoulder carrying.

For comparison, the last bag we acquired was the SwissGear SA9259 Backpack (Red), which came up on sale late last year for not too much more than this one. The SwissGear is clearly a superior bag for long wear, and has more pockets, better zippers, better shoulder strap, etc, but it's noticable heavier too. So there are certainly better bags out there - if you are prepared to pay more and carry around some more weight.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Nice just needs more laptop protection 23 Sep 2010
By Jacx - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I really like the handle attached to the backpack straps making it easy to grab. Zippered pocket on the outside of bag is 7 ½ inches wide. Main zippered compartment opens up to full size of the backpack with zippers running down both sides, the bright orange interior makes things easy to spot inside. There are three mesh pockets two open and one zippered. What I don't like is the bag looks saggy when loaded and trying to fix this I noticed the laptop sleeve although padded on one side and the padded backpack on the other as it rides inside the main compartment has no protection on the bottom. The laptop rests on the bottom of the bag or what ever you carry inside it. This could have been prevented by sewing the bottom of the sleeve to the bag or padding the base better. I chose to add padding. As is I give it a 3 star.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great for Students: A Case Logic ULB-116 16-Inch Laptop Backpack Review 6 Sep 2010
By L. T. Beasimer - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Case Logic's laptop backpack has a lightly padded zippered computer pocket, a main compartment with two open pockets and a zippered pouch, and the smaller expandable front compartment with a plastic key ring holder. The top includes a handle attached to the shoulder straps. Plus a Velcro strap on each side neatly stores excess shoulder adjustment straps.

Case Logic, a company "obsessed with organization", has created a simplified modern looking backpack with very little organizational properties. I considered switching from an older laptop backpack to this one, but when I saw a lack of organizational pockets quickly gave up on the idea. The padding for back comfort is on the thin side and is constructed of breathable material. Plus, while the overall material is of good quality, some of the plastic bits such as the key ring holder give a cheapened impression.

While I'm not impressed with the backpack, the basic materials, design, and construction live up to my expectations of Case Logic's quality. The front pocket's expansion system is colorful and playful. Plus the Velcro straps keep the shoulder straps looking neat.

For the price, this is a decent laptop bag. I use my laptop bag for travel, school, and work, so organizational capabilities are extremely important to me. Even though this bag doesn't fit my needs, I can easily see where a student can effectively and efficiently carry their laptop, several books, pencils, calculators, and notebooks. If you're looking for a basic quality back pack, give this one a look.

Modern look and design
Quality basic construction
Make a good laptop bag for a student

Limited organizational properties
Cheaply constructed features
Light padding between laptop and one's back
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Comfy, but perhaps a bit on the small side. 24 Sep 2010
By Dustin Farahnak - Published on Amazon.com
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I've been wearing this bag for a couple of weeks now and feel I can give an informed opinion about it. Bearing in mind the price, I think this is an excellent bag.

If I was on Amazon, wondering if I should add this to my cart, I'd want to know about its durability. When I first took this out of the box, I realized one of the straps had some loose threads on the stitching. It gave me a very negative opinion of its build quality, but I removed them (burned them) and after some very rough use, the bag looks fine. I'm quite rough with this kind of thing, throwing in the bed of my pickup, riding it on a crowded bus, and filling it with a heavy laptop and heavy books. The bag is holding up.

I'd also want to know how much stuff this bag holds: not a whole lot. That's not necessarily good or bad... it's just not a very large backpack. It's nice and trim. I can only put two large textbooks in, with a laptop in its compartment, leaving very little room for food. However, this is the perfect size for people who aren't carrying huge textbooks and want a medium to small footprint for their bag.

I guess you already know what it looks like, but I think pictures don't quite do it justice. The little orange marks across the bag look almost like a ninja sliced it. It's a great look, with a little flair, without losing a good conservative basic look. This is appropriate for work, school, and most settings that aren't quite formal.

The straps are super comfortable as long as you don't overload it (which you basically can't do because of its size). There is a nice strap across the shoulder straps that acts as a handle, instead of sewing on on top. This is extremely smart design. It's durable and provides a cleaner look. The zippers are well made and plastic (they don't rattle like my metal zippered backpack).

I also found that I can wear a larger camelback hydration bag under the backpack, thanks to the way the straps work. This is a super-cool surprise.
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