If you're a weekend traveler who likes to carry as much tech as clothing, this flexible duffel may be for you.
A comfortable, sturdy bag with plenty of pockets and an impressively low price.
A true unisex bag is difficult to find, and even rarer is a unisex bag that's attractive and well made. Happy Owl Studio's Briefcase for MacBook Air meets all those criteria.
With room for a 17-inch MacBook, an iPad, plus all of the appropriate chargers and cables, you’ll find that Hex's Fleet Sonic Backpack has ample space to pack your daily essential items--and then some.
Knomo’s compact Saxby Laptop Messenger holds your 15-inch MacBook Pro and everything else you need...but it can’t close when full.
WaterField Designs's latest offering, the CitySlicker MacBook case, is a hybrid of a laptop sleeve and lightweight shoulder bag. While the bag's snap-closure mechanisms aren't ideal, it's otherwise a near-perfect choice for MacBook users who want something slim and professional-looking with just the hint of a rugged side.
The Caro offers a multitude of compartments, but it gets bulky before it's half full. Add an awkward handle length and questionable construction, and while the Caro seems appealing on first glance, it needs a tune-up before we can recommend it.
STM's Vertical is a solid bag at a competitive price, though if you're the type of mobile warrior who needs extra space in your bag, it might not be for you.
GreenSmart's medium-sized Kea Laptop Daypack has a built-in laptop sleeve for your MacBook and plenty of smaller pockets to hold other necessities and gadgets.
If you appreciate laptop-case minimalism, Thule's Attache is sturdy, protective, and reasonably priced, and it holds both a MacBook Pro and an iPad.