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Adequate - but not brilliant,
This review is from: Tech air 17.3 inch Laptop Case (Personal Computers)
You certainly get what you pay for with laptop bags. Paid a great deal more for my Tech Air courier bag and was very impressed.
However this is much cheaper - and it shows. The protection it offers is minimal: not really much depth to the padding. But not a big issue as it's only really for carrying between office & car.
The big flaw is with the front pocket. If you put your power supply in it, it won't seal shut. The pocket expands to accommodate whatever you put in, but that means the velco strips no longer meet! :o(
For just over £10 can't complain ... but adequate is all it can be described as. A bit disappointing really for such a reputable manufacturer.
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Initial post: 22 Feb 2012 14:14:22 GMT
N. Conte says:
Is there any manufacturer that showes a bag opened so I can see what I can fit in.
Posted on 27 Aug 2012 14:40:51 BDT
Is this review for the correct product as there is a cheaper less padded version version at £11?
It seems strange that a separate reviewer states "There is a large pocket both outside and inside the bag which will comfortably take an A4 folder or a mains adaptor and cable."
Obviously one can overload a pocket but this is inconsistent with the above review - is it for the correct product? It is well known that on Amazon , unfortunately , reviews for similar products are often mis allocated - just check out memory drives where reviews of differing capacity are often mixed up.
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